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  • NCSL EDUCATION REPORT: THERE’S NO TIME TO LOSE

    Posted by Site / on 10/14/2016 / 0 Comments

    Categories: NTEP

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    By Julie Lays

    Marc Tucker, president and CEO of the National Center on Education and the EconomyWhat can we learn from Singapore, Finland and Poland?

    A great deal, members of the NCSL international study group on education reform told hundreds of attendees during a jam-packed session at the Legislative Summit in Chicago on Tuesday. Their findings are contained in the report, "No Time to Lose: How to Build a World-Class Education System State by State," released during the session. The report is the culmination of two years studying several of the 30 high-performing countries whose students outperform U.S. students ..

  • ESSA: Quick guides on top issues

    Posted by Site / on 10/14/2016 / 0 Comments

    Categories: Report/Resource, NCLB/ESEA

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    ESSA: Quick guides on top issues

    The enactment of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) has changed the course of education policy in the country and states now have more flexibility to design and implement policy plans that best meet the needs of their students and communities. As ESSA eases federal control over education policy in individual states, education leaders and policymakers have questions regarding how the new law will impact the development and implementation of state-specific plans.

    A new report from Education Commission of the States, ESSA: Quick guides on top issues, provides insight into key areas of ESSA ..

  • ESSA New Student Group Requirement

    Posted by Katrina / on 08/11/2016 / 0 Comments

    Categories: Equity, Report/Resource, About SCEE/CCSSO, NCLB/ESEA, Data

    ESSA requires that states now report separately on students who are homeless, in foster care, or military-connected.  These students are highly mobile and will require extra attention to ensure that their needs are met.  Ed Week recently published an article regarding the data requirements of meeting these new requirements and addressing the needs of some of our most vulnerable students.  Check out the link below to read the full article and learn more.

    www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2016/08/10/data-is-critical-for-high-mobility-students.html

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