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Reporters Answer Key Questions About ESSA (Video)

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On February 1st, Education Week hosted "Keys to ESSA Readiness", an all-day online event featuring reporter discussions about various topics surrounding the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act — testing and assessment, factors in weighing school quality, federal oversight, professional development, and more. What kinds of questions were asked about the new federal education law? And how were they answered? 

In the above video, which was originally livestreamed on YouTube, Education Week correspondent Lisa Stark is joined by veteran reporters Catherine Gewertz and Alyson Klein share their key takeaways.

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