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July 09, 2015

A Checklist for Fixing ESEA

Yesterday, the House passed the Student Success Act, but there's still a ways to go before a final bill. Here's a checklist for a final bill to "fix" NCLB.

July 06, 2015

Ignore the Distractions in This Week's Senate ECAA Debate

By August, the House and Senate could each pass an ESEA reauthorization bill. But lately they've struggled with not only the inevitable disagreements, but also unnecessary distractions.

June 29, 2015

The Supreme Court Just Slashed the Odds on ESEA Reauthorization

NCLB is closer to being rewritten now than at any time since its passage. So why do I think the Supreme Court just slashed the odds of reauthorization?

March 02, 2015

It's Not Looking Good for ESEA Reauthorization

After last week, I think the chance of an ESEA reauthorization getting passed is under 5%.

February 19, 2015

ESEA Cabin Fever: The Proper Federal Role in Education

In the final installment of "ESEA Cabin Fever," Rick and Peter address what they believe is an appropriate federal role in K-12 education.

February 17, 2015

ESEA Cabin Fever: Should the Feds Support Education Innovation?

In the sixth installment of "ESEA Cabin Fever," Rick and Peter address whether the federal government should support education innovation, and, if so, how.

February 13, 2015

ESEA Cabin Fever: Should the Feds Have Any Role in Evaluating Teachers?

In the fifth installment of "ESEA Cabin Fever," Rick and Peter address whether the federal government should have a role in teacher evaluation.

February 11, 2015

ESEA Cabin Fever: Should Federal Funds Follow Students?

In the fourth installment of "ESEA Cabin Fever," Rick and Peter address whether federal funds should follow poor students to their choice of schools.

February 09, 2015

ESEA Cabin Fever: Should Uncle Sam Tell States How to Turnaround Schools?

In the third installment of "ESEA Cabin Fever," Rick and Peter address whether the federal government should require specific improvement strategies in low-performing schools.

February 06, 2015

ESEA Cabin Fever: State Goals for Adequate School Performance

In the second installment of "ESEA Cabin Fever," Rick and Peter address whether the Department of Education should have to approve state goals for adequate school performance.

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