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NBRS State Liaison Interviews—Ohio

Ohio liaison Sherry Panizo discusses how her state brings evidence of National Blue Ribbon Schools to bear on discussions of raising achievement in low-performing schools.

 

 

For more information on becoming a National Blue Ribbon School, please visit the FAQ page, which details the nomination process and criteria for both public and non-public schools. Contact your state liaison.


NBRS State Liaison Interviews—Florida

Florida liaison Lindsay Douglas links her investment in the National Blue Ribbon Schools program to her own experience of graduating from a school that later won NBRS recognition.

 

 

For more information on becoming a National Blue Ribbon School, please visit the FAQ page, which details the nomination process and criteria for both public and non-public schools. Contact your state liaison.


NBRS State Liaison Interviews—Michigan

Michigan liaison Erika Bolig describes ramping up NBRS involvement after Michigan’s 10-year hiatus from the program. She highlights the program’s vital role in Michigan’s ambitious new education goals.

 

 

For more information on becoming a National Blue Ribbon School, please visit the FAQ page, which details the nomination process and criteria for both public and non-public schools. Contact your state liaison.


Introducing NBRS Practices

College and Career Readiness Practices School PhotosThe National Blue Ribbon School applications contain a wealth of information about effective school practices. A new section of the National Blue Ribbon Schools website will feature selected excerpts from descriptions of practices detailed in successful NBRS applications. The practice areas highlighted are College and Career Readiness, Extended Learning Opportunities, Pre-K Education, Arts Education, Whole Child EducationProfessional Development, and Parent and Family Engagement.


NBRS State Liaison Interviews—Missouri

Missouri liaison Catherine Rust reflects on her long history with the program and its impact on the Missouri Gold Star Schools.

 

 

For more information on becoming a National Blue Ribbon School, please visit the FAQ page, which details the nomination process and criteria for both public and non-public schools. Contact your state liaison.