Louisiana Lawmakers opened their marathon series of legislative sessions on Valentine’s Day. Now, approaching the Fourth of July, they have finally gone home.
Early Voting Begins and Another Constitutional Amendment to Consider
School District Profiles Show Education Response to COVID-19
An Election Day of Importance
Special Session Wrap
Take Advantage of Early Voting
CABL Position on the 2020 Constitutional Amendments
Governor Mike Foster – An Education Legacy
CABL Releases Briefing on What Phase 3 Reopening Means for Instruction in Louisiana Schools
Special Session Will Have Lots to Talk About, But Needs Sharp Focus
Leadership Louisiana Alumni Leading in Hurricane Recovery – You Can Help, Too
A new resilience in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura
Bridging the Digital Divide in Education
Despite Dip in Graduation Rates, Strong Education Efforts Must Continue
Thanks to Our Educators Who Are Frontline Workers in the World of COVID
It’s Up to Us to Stop the Spread of COVID in Louisiana
Schools Will Reopen With Big Changes
The End of a “Viral” Special Session
A Time to Think About Equity in Public Education
Some Progress in Education During 2020 Legislative Session
CABL Education Priorities in Response to COVID-19: Postsecondary
CABL Education Priorities in Response to COVID-19: K-12
CABL Education Priorities in Response to COVID-19
Improving Our Education Response to COVID-19
Thanks to Our CABL Champions and Visionaries
What Can You Do to Help RESET Louisiana?
CABL Letter to Members of the Louisiana House
CABL Recommendations on Constitutional Amendments
Louisiana Misses Another Opportunity for Comprehensive Fiscal Reform
A Legislative Meltdown Over What?
CABL Invites 5 Candidates to U.S. Senate Debate to be Broadcast Statewide on LPB
Helping Educators and Families Recover from the Floods
Flood Recovery Information
Where Does Louisiana Stand Now that Legislative Sessions Finally Over?
Time to Move On with Academic Standards
In 2010 when Louisiana adopted a set of academic standards in English and math no one even noticed. At the time they were called Common Core and developed by a consortium of states, including Louisiana, and no one seemed to care.
Many words could be used to describe the just-completed regular session of the Legislature. Unfinished. Incomplete. Unresolved.
From the outset it was clear that this year’s regular session was not going to be about pushing the envelope forward in public education reform – it was about preventing a return to the past. This year there were dozens of bills filed dealing with education, and the vast majority of the significant ones were […]