When Equity Is Optional: School Accountability Systems Fail to Help Most Vulnerable Students Under ESSA Press ReleaseDecember 10, 2020
Statement from Deborah Delisle, President and CEO of the Alliance for Excellent Education, on the New Federal Civil Rights Data Collection Press ReleaseOctober 19, 2020
Statement from Deborah Delisle, President and CEO of the Alliance for Excellent Education, on McConnell’s COVID-19 Relief Bill Press ReleaseSeptember 10, 2020
Statement from the Alliance for Excellent Education on the Importance of Student Assessment Press ReleaseSeptember 04, 2020
Recent school changes in Louisiana win praise, but top classrooms still have sharp racial split In the NewsJanuary 22, 2020
Louisiana is doing a better job than most states in letting parents know how public schools are performing in the wake of a federal law that sparked major changes, a national review released Wednesday says.
Turning Four This Month, the Every Student Succeeds Act Is Hailed as a Victory for State Control of Education Policy. And, Critics Say, That’s Part of the Problem In the NewsDecember 09, 2019
When the Every Student Succeeds Act became law four years ago, it was hailed as a bipartisan example of reasoned policymaking, successfully threading the needle between protecting students’ civil rights and giving states a greater hand in overseeing schools.
In NYC and Beyond, Foster Youth Data Still a Blank Space in State Report Cards Four Years After Federal Education Law Enacted In the NewsOctober 22, 2019
chool achievement data for foster youth, considered one of the most vulnerable and least tracked student groups, will not be reported for the nation’s largest school district for at least another year despite its being mandated by federal law.
It's easy to remember the federal education proposals that fizzled out or failed to get off the starting line during the last two-plus years. But President Donald Trump did sign a reauthorization of the federal law for career and technical education into law last summer, more than two years after President Barack Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act.
Education Department Finalizes ‘Supplement Not Supplant’ Rules That Advocates Fear Could Harm Low-Income Students In the NewsJune 21, 2019
The Education Department on Thursday finalized rules that advocates have warned undermines a key law meant to ensure equitable education spending for low-income children.