ESSA has bought new opportunities for schools and students, but the work to ensure the law makes good on its promise continues.
Recognizing that there is much more to a school than test scores, the state will transition to a more effective and less punitive system of accountability.
The evidence is in: When unions, district officials, school boards, parents and community members work together, students succeed.
Custodian and pastor Stephone Avery works hard to implement ESSA and raise ESP voices.
By calling for a “well-rounded education” for all students, ESSA gives educators a unique chance to cultivate learning mindsets and skills.
At a townhall in Virginia, education leaders discuss how ESSA can help reduce testing, increase enrichment programs, and improve school climate – anything and everything that makes a school great.
What does implementing ESSA look like at the local level? A teacher in Hawaii shows the way.
Under ESSA, accountability plans must track the things that really matter for student success. Which indicators do you believe are most important?
New regulations to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act should go further in closing opportunity gaps in education.