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

NSBA comments on new report on superintendents’ impact

Whether school superintendents are “vital or irrelevant” is the focus of a newly issued report by the Brown Center on Education Policy at Brookings. The premise of the report is that it fills the gap in the paucity of available data on the impact of superintendents on student achievement.

Extant research suggests that an effective partnership between the school board and the superintendent is critical.


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