ESSA State Plans: Perspectives from National Association of State Boards of Education members

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Rachel Wise: New Found Autonomy in Nebraska

NASBE Member Rachel Wise joins Pat McGuinn to detail the work that Nebraska's policymakers have done in developing and conceptualizing their Every Student Succeeds Act plans. In particular, Wise considers the new level of autonomy that the state will see in the wake of ESSA's passing.

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In a partnership with National Association of State Board of Education, the CPRE Knowledge Hub presents this series on ESSA State Plans. Drew University Professor and CPRE Researcher Pat McGuinn sits down with four National Association of State Board of Education members to talk about their current thought processes when it comes to the drafting of the state plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act.

He interviews State Board members from Washington State, Arizona, Nebraska, and Ohio before providing a recap of the series with CPRE Co-Director Jonathan Supovitz. 

After checking out the series, head over to the resources tab to learn more about ESSA State Plans, or head to KH Conversations to join the discussion.

If you want to learn more, check out the following federal and state level documents and resources regarding ESSA, as well as research on how states have navigated other federal statues such as No Child Left Behind.