The one and, apparently, only debate in the runoff election for governor is over. It was a spirited affair and CABL was pleased to be able to partner once again with Louisiana Public Broadcasting to present it to voters. If you missed it, it’s not too late to catch a replay by checking out the […]
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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
The Council for A Better Louisiana and Louisiana Public Broadcasting will host a candidate debate featuring the two remaining candidates in the 2019 Louisiana governor’s race. The debate will air live on Wednesday, October 30 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. on LPB stations around the state. It will originate from the studios of LPB. Both Governor John Bel Edwards […]
Congratulations to all the candidates who not only won their races in the recent primary, but to everyone who chose to offer themselves for public service. In these times, that is becoming a more and more difficult thing to do and CABL appreciates the willingness of so many to serve our state. But now, after […]
It’s finally here. Election Day in Louisiana is just days away. For more than 376,000 voters that’s not really an issue. They represent the more than 12-percent of citizens who voted early. But for the other 2.5 million or so, this is an important election with a lot of items on the ballot. While we […]
“Louisiana is making progress in education. Public school students are improving their academic achievement and today they have more school and course choices than ever before. More young people are prepared for opportunities after high school, and public schools are making better connections to the demands of our growing economy. This is good news, and […]