With two more states poised to get waivers from NCLB accountability requirements, Rep. George Miller is keeping his eye on renewal.
Another markup of the Elementary and Secondary Education bill, another totally predictable partisan vote.
The U.S. Department of Education will allow some states that have gotten waivers from pieces of the Elementary and Secondary Education to postpone using student growth on state tests as a factor in personnel decisions.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will offer states more flexibility on implementing the teacher evaluation piece of their NCLB waivers as they put the common core into practice.
Some conservatives say Rep. John Kline's bill doesn't go far enough when it comes to getting rid of the federal role in K-12.
There's going to be a lot more action in Congress this year than we've seen at any time since way back in 2001, when the No Child Left Behind Act passed.
On a completely predictable party-line vote, the Senate Education Committee approved a bill to reauthorize the long-stalled renewal of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
The federal role in education was at the heart of the debate on the Senate Democrat's ESEA legislation.
A group of 46 progressive educators and policy advocates ramped up their call for "supports-based reform" by issuing a declaration to "rebuild America."
President Obama today tapped Catherine E. Lhamon, who spent a decade working for the American Civil Liberties Union in California, as chief civil rights enforcer at the Education Department.