The state's original NCLB waiver was approved in 2012 for a two-year period, and the just-approved waiver extension is for one year.
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November 20, 2015
November 17, 2015
After eight years and at least three serious attempts, Congress is finally moving forward on bipartisan, bicameral legislation to rewrite the almost-universally-despised No Child Left Behind Act.
November 11, 2015
Lawmakers in both parties—but especially Republicans—are really unhappy with the way Duncan and Company used Race to the Top, and especially, waivers from many of the mandates of the No Child Left Behind Act.
November 09, 2015
The goals here include getting more in-depth and current information on what students know and can do than the schools would with traditional summative exams, and helping students tackle material in more meaningful ways.
November 04, 2015
Even though both the House and Senate ESEA bills keep annual tests, they go very different ways on a lot of other assessment issues.
November 02, 2015
Teachers, school administrators, principals and state officials have launched a digital ad campaign asking lawmakers to finish work to reauthorize the ESEA.
October 30, 2015
It's hard to imagine that Washington State—which is back under NCLB and not loving it—isn't feeling a little sore these days.
October 26, 2015
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan is poised to become the next Speaker of the House of Representatives. What does his record indicate what he could do regarding education policy?
October 22, 2015
The Obama administration and some civil rights groups didn't get behind an attempt to renew the NCLB law back in 2011. But that bill was stronger, from their perspective, than anything on the table in Congress right now.
October 20, 2015
Will the newly reauthorized ESEA include money for elementary and secondary school counselors, afterschool programs, and early-childhood education?