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New Center for Public Education report finds significant student population left "Out of the loop"

Nearly 20 percent of the country’s students are enrolled in rural schools, yet are not provided the same focus in national policy or research as students in urban and suburban school districts. “Out of the Loop,” a new report from the National School Boards Association’s (NSBA), Center for Public Education (CPE), finds that poverty, isolation and inequities are exacerbated for rural students by the lack of attention to the unique needs of this considerable student population. 

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New Center for Public Education Report Confirms Significant Student Population Left "Out of the Loop"

Alexandria, Va., (January 16, 2018) – Nearly 20 percent of the country’s students are enrolled in rural schools, yet are not provided the same focus in national policy or research as students in urban and suburban school districts.

New Center for Public Education study finds career readiness tied to high credentials

Higher education confers many benefits, including a better opportunity of obtaining good jobs with high wages, however, it is not the only path to success. NSBA Center for Public Education (CPE) today released its third installment in a series of reports about non-college goers, “Path Least Taken III: Rigor and focus in high school pays dividends in the future.” CPE’s study finds that well-prepared high school graduates can achieve similar and in some cases greater success than college goers.

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New report by NSBA's Center for Public Education examines the teacher pipeline

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School Choice - What the Research Says, a new resource from the Center for Public Education

In its at-a-glance overview, the National School Boards Association’s (NSBA), Center for Public Education (CPE) looks at the various forms of school choice, and drawing upon relevant research and statistics, the effects each has on student achievement. CPE finds that that while many schools of choice do an exemplary job, “the results aren’t universally better than those produced by traditional public schools.”

NSBA’s Center for Public Education releases white paper on mastering literacy

Video: How schools can best invest time to raise student achievement

Is the amount of instructional time available to American teachers and students in an average school day adequate? Expectations for what students should know continue to rise, but the time allocated to meet new standards has not kept pace. Where can schools best invest time to achieve positive growth?

NSBA’s Center for Public Education report finds few high school graduates don’t go on to college

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