If you are a new member of a state board of education, you have by now settled into your seat at the table. Likely, you are getting acquainted with the rules of public engagement. As an elected board member coming off the campaign trail, you may already feel confident about engaging with the media and constituents. As an appointed member, maybe not so much. Regardless, a few tips can set you up for success: know your role, lean on staff, and leverage NASBE.

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New State Strategic Plans Zero In on Learning Recovery

This NASBE analysis looks at 49 state strategic plans and finds many target learning recovery and other pandemic-related education issues.
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Preschool for All

The state role in early education keeps growing. This Standard details the ways that states have expanded access to quality preschool, the research that supports these efforts, and the growing pains these initiatives are likely to experience.
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Six Questions to Advance Media Literacy and Digital Citizenship

Adolescents consume a lot of screen media, which exposes them to potentially harmful media messages that impacts their physical, mental, and social well-being. Read how some states are equipping students with skills to navigate a complex media landscape.

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