The Council of Chief State School Officers today reaffirmed the commitment of states to design more advanced accountability systems that better meet the needs of all students.
CCSSO joined nine education organizations to launch a digital advertising campaign calling on Congress to finish the job of revising No Child Left Behind.
CCSSO supports the U.S. Department of Education’s recent effort to develop an experiment that will provide federal Pell grant funds to high school students taking college coursework in high school for credit.
The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Executive Director Chris Minnich released a statement about the 2015 NAEP State and National Results in Mathematics and Reading.
The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Executive Director Chris Minnich released the following statement about a new report on student assessment from the Council of the Great City Schools.
The National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA) voted unanimously to approve new, refreshed standards for educational leaders.
Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams announced today that he will step down from that position. The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) Executive Director Chris Minnich released the following statement.
Chris Minnich, executive director of CCSSO, released the following statement about Secretary Duncan's departure.
Seventeen states are committing to reset career education by adding rigor and value to programs preparing high school graduates for high-skilled, high-demand jobs.
In light of the news that Speaker Boehner is stepping down, Chris Minnich, executive director of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), said he is enthusiastic about ESEA reauthorization.