BESE

AcronymDefinition
BESEBoard of Elementary and Secondary Education
BESEBusiness Energy Solutions Expo (annual conference)
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"I don't think we need to do anything today," said BESE President Gary Jones.
A final small group of charter schools continued under direct supervision of the BESE.
(41) These "Type 5" charter schools, or "RSD charters" as they are known in town, are pre-existing public schools transferred to the RSD as failing schools after Katrina and later chartered with BESE. (42) These charter schools are prohibited from using admission requirements and are considered their own freestanding school districts, or, in technical jargon, local educational agencies (LEAs).
Chester to recommend whether the BESE should adopt less rigorous national education standards known as Common Core, or keep the commonwealth's best-in-the-nation English and math standards.
Survivors include her husband; her mother, Carol Rose of Creswell; three stepsons, Michael Bese, Kevin Bese of Kent, Wash., and Keith Post of Pacific, Wash.; two stepdaughters, Sharon Bese and Holly Bonnizzio; and nine step-grandchildren.
(64) It also created the office of the superintendent of education, within the Louisiana Department of Education (the Department) and the state's governing education board, the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE), (65) which serves as an administrative and policy-making body.
Forrest has most recently gone to battle with the LFF and Discovery Institute over how the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) will implement last year's Louisiana Science Education Act that Forrest worked so hard to defeat.
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