11 New Members Appointed to Education’s National Assessment Board

They will assist in decision-making for the Nation’s Report Card.

Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona recently appointed 11 members to the National Assessment Governing Board to oversee the Nation’s Report Card. Seven new members and four reappointed members have filled out the 26-member board to record nationally-conducted assessments of each K-12 subject and grade, reviewing tangible data to identify gaps in American education.

“As we work to Raise the Bar for academic excellence and promote the benefits of evidence-based strategies to support learning recovery in our schools, the Nation’s Report Card shines a much-needed light on students’ progress,” said Secretary Cardona. “I’m confident the appointees announced today will draw on their diverse experiences – including as school leaders, educators, and parents – to guide decision-making around how we assess student achievement in our country.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Secretary Cardona as he seeks to support and improve the nation’s elementary education system.
  • For the new and returning members of the National Assessment Governing Board to seek God’s guidance in their roles.

Sources: Department of Education


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