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.
In recent weeks, lawmakers have renewed calls to rewrite the controversial school accountability law, which emphasizes standardized
"Of course we should be asking the question: Are there too many tests? Every teacher and parent is asking that question, and
"The waiver guidance issued today says: No Child Left Behind failed, but you can get out of it if you have college- and career
Many teachers and their unions have warned that the confluence of these two drastic changes could spell major trouble because
The Obama administration will announce plans on Monday to enforce a long-ignored federal mandate: a decade-old requirement that states give students of all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds equal access to good teachers.
“More testing, higher-stakes testing … a lot of teachers don’t like testing,” Grissom, an assistant professor of public policy
The primary culprits against education include neglect, austerity, anti-intellectual/anti-science attitudes, good intentions gone awry, and malevolence aforethought.
"I'm never going away," Miller told The Huffington Post. "This runs way beyond my tenure in Congress. The caucuses have been
These supporters also say the proposal would make it easier to roll out the Common Core, a set of learning standards adopted
Instead of lowering standards, underperforming students with disabilities should be encouraged to learn at higher levels
According to the reports, a few states are not using schools' shortcomings when determining their turnaround plans. But according
Miller said the Education Department should find a way to enforce equitable distribution for all states -- not just those