More tidbits on Elementary and Secondary Education Act reauthorization: The draft proposal could change the approach to using research in approving education plans.
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January 14, 2015
January 14, 2015
The American Federation of Teachers and the Center on American Progress say annual tests should be retained for reporting purposes, but scaled back for school-accountability purposes.
January 13, 2015
The top Democrat on the Senate education committee said annual tests are "one of the most important tools we have," and would be "very concerned" about any proposal to roll them back.
January 12, 2015
Murray, who is known as an effective dealmaker, has a great incentive to compromise with Republicans: Her home state of Washington is the only ex-waiver state in the country.
January 11, 2015
Blueprints for reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act law have been flooding in from various stakeholders as lawmakers in both chambers begin work on a bill.
January 09, 2015
A look back at prior attempts to renew the federal law makes one thing clear: We're drifting further and further away from the idea of a strong federal role in K-12 accountability.
January 08, 2015
One of the most significant policy debates at the heart of the forthcoming reauthorization will be how or if to change the law's testing requirements.
December 22, 2014
Federal officials granted the state's request to give its English-language learners two years in a U.S. school before counting their test scores in school grades.
December 02, 2014
Provisions to expand charter schools and reduce accountability requirements are likely to be part of the package when the GOP tackles renewal of the NCLB law next year.
November 18, 2014
At least one state that never sought the flexibility from NCLB's mandates is contemplating getting in on the waiver action: Nebraska.