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July 01, 2015

Collaboration: Capacity Builder and Silo Breaker

A working group has built individual and collective capacity of state leaders to help transform state accountability systems.

June 30, 2015

What Should the Next Version of Accountability Look Like?

Under one vision, states and the federal government would set goals for student achievement, but the states would be able to use any strategies they wanted to get there.

June 16, 2015

Refresher: What's in the Senate ESEA Rewrite, and Amendments to Watch For

A bipartisan bill could hit the Senate floor as early as this week, and members plan to file amendments on Title I, accountability, bullying, and employee background checks.

June 15, 2015

Big K-12 Dog Off the Porch: Jeb Bush Enters 2016 Race With Long Policy C.V.

Bush, who served two terms as Florida governor before leaving the office in 2007, has perhaps the most extensive and complicated track record in education among all the Republican candidates.

June 15, 2015

As Jeb Bush Officially Declares 2016 Run, A Quick Review of His K-12 Record

Bush, who served two terms as Florida governor before leaving the office in 2007, has perhaps the most extensive and complicated track record in education among all the Republican candidates.

June 12, 2015

Thinking About Ed. Data From the Student's Perspective

Unless students get feedback that motivates them, the elegance of state and district data systems won't mean much.

June 10, 2015

Accountability Needs Narrative More Than Numbers

Statewide accountability data won't create organizational learning unless it's connected to a school's story about where it's headed and what causes success.

June 10, 2015

Civil Rights and Testing: Response to Haycock and Edelman

In this blog, Marc Tucker responds to two critics of his earlier blog on the question of whether annual testing helps or hurts poor and minority children.

June 08, 2015

Some NCLB Waiver States Worry Accountability 'Pause' Comes With Strings

The flexibility under the NCLB law comes with an asterisk: States will still need to set student achievement targets, known as "AMOs," for the 2014-15 school year.

June 08, 2015

Understanding the Opt-Out Movement: A One-Woman Play (In Five Acts)

This five-act play explains the opt-out movement from the year 2000 to present.

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