In its proposed American Jobs Plan, the Biden administration’s call to eliminate lead pipes and service lines in drinking water […]

The pandemic forced most schools into an elongated period of virtual learning that left students disconnected from school communities and readily accessible supports they might otherwise find during a normal school year. Thirty percent of young people responding to a […]

In 2018, NASBE’s State Board Insight reveals that state boards regularly addressed broad topics like finance and charter schools as well as more particular initiatives related to teacher certification, implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), student safety and […]

In the aftermath of the February 2018 shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, state boards of education are weighing how to advance school safety by bolstering measures to protect students and prevent violent acts. In March alone, […]