The states told federal education officials they needed more time to address concerns raised about applications that still await approval by the Education Department.


State education departments and some advocacy groups have previously sparred over whether their ESSA plans assure equity between white students and students of color.


A new poll conducted by USC and Policy Analysis for California Education says that the majority of parents like the state's controversial redesigned report card.


Utah's state board members said last week that they support its state's test participation law which conflicts with the Every Student Succeeds Act.


Many state politicians and advocates used U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos' recent feedback as an opportunity to attack their states' approach to the Every Student Succeeds Act.


The court said it was not its place to tell the legislature how to spend state dollars on schools so that the state's poor students' performance improves.


In his last term in office, Gov. Jerry Brown wants to boost local officials' ability to improve schools and fully fund the state's funding formula two years ahead of schedule.


Legislators and governors are demanding that school district spending be more closely monitored as states pick up the majority of K-12 costs, academic gains stall, and states look to upend funding formulas.


A new report says federal, state, and local spending on education was up in 2015 by 3 percent but many local school districts still face budget cuts and rising costs.


In Arkansas, Ohio, and Wisconsin, educators and advocates will be on this year's ballot for governor, a position that will inevitably have an outsized role in shaping education policy.


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