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ESSA regulations provide essential accountability for schools and protections for students.
We spoke with the head of the National Indian Education Association to discuss how schools can be better supported to engage productively with Native communities.
The Common Core provides an essential opportunity for kids in military families to receive a quality education. A former military brat tells us why.
The needs of teachers, students, and families did not take a pause after the election.
New Mexico shifted from a culture of low expectations to believing in the success of every student.
Should student portfolios be used in statewide testing?
What can states learn from civil rights groups when it comes to implementing ESSA?
For ESSA to work, parents and communities must be engaged.
Guiding principles for states revising accountability systems after the passage of ESSA.
Cutting budgets in failing schools won't magically force them to fix their problems.
A push to adjust Title I in favor of underserved students faces opposition.
Why should stating facts about real inequity be tied to a political agenda?
A collaborative approach to solving teacher vacancies in Massachusetts.
How well ESSA serves students depends on the fine details of its implementation.
It's time to consider how to support all educators to address the needs of LGBTQ kids.
If California's tenure laws hurt kids, why doesn't the state feel obligated to fix the problem?
Instead of arbitrarily cutting tests, why not assess which work and which don't?
New evaluation systems are working, and the sky isn't falling.