no child left behind waivers
A compromise bill was a long time coming.
Still, the Senate and House bills are vastly different, and the Senate version seems to have garnered more bipartisan support
This latest waiver is designed to give the Miccosukee tribe more control over their children's education, Jewell said at
In the Alexander-Murray reauthorization, assessments continue to eat up a notable portion of state education budgets. However, the language allows for states to seriously reduce testing time from that which is required of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) consortium tests.
The second bill, reintroduced by Rep. Chris Gibson (R-N.Y.) and Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) on Wednesday, takes a more
While many have lauded NCLB for exposing the differences in educational attainment between racial and socioeconomic groups
Let 2014 slip away, with that noble but unattained goal. In 2015, let us use experience and research to find a better way to improve the schools. Students, educators, parents, and the country as a whole deserve better.
Since then, most states have applied for inclusion in the updated program. Currently, 40 states, as well as Washington, D.C
New guidelines tell states how to equitably distribute teaching talent between affluent and low-income schools, expanding
States that received the waivers were expected to fully implement their new teacher evaluation systems by this school year