The Lord Secretary of Education is a cabinet position in the Union of Royal American States. The person in this position manages the national public school system, sets education standards, and acts as an advisor to the Prime Minister and monarch on these subjects. The first Lord Secretary of Education was Noah Webster, appointed by King Andrew I in 1806; like all cabinet positions, although they are appointed by the monarch, they are usually selected beforehand by the Prime Minister.
|#||Name||Term||Prime Minister||Party||State Represented|
|1||Noah Webster||1806-1824||William Henry Harrison, Henry Clay||Crown||Connecticut|
|2||John Jay||1824-1828||Hunter DeRensis||Whig||New York|
|4||Benjamin Franklin Butler||1832-1836||Oliver Hazard Perry||Crown||New York|
|5||Theodore Frelinghuysen||1836-1856||Lewis Cass, James Buchanan, Martin Van Buren||Whig||New Jersey|