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SUMMER WAIVE(RS): Six Additional States and the District of Columbia Receive NCLB Waivers; To Date, Thirty-Two States and DC Have Received Waivers Article

July 23, 2012

Only July 19, the Obama administration granted additional flexibility under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, currently known as the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) to six additional states (Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Oregon, and South Carolina) and the District of Columbia (DC) in exchange for state-led reform in the areas of college- and career-ready standards, accountability and improvement, and teacher evaluation.

More from Michigan: Wise and Snyder Promote “Blended Learning” in Joint Appearance Article

May 29, 2012

Following his May 23 testimony before the Michigan Senate Education Committee on digital learning, Alliance for Excellent Education President Bob Wise and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) spoke at a lunch event hosted by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy on “blended learning,” which pairs online content with a traditional classroom experience supervised by a classroom teacher.

Twenty-Six New States and DC Request NCLB Waivers from U.S. Department of Education Article

March 05, 2012

As Congress continues to work on a rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), currently known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB), twenty-six new states and the District of Columbia (DC) formally submitted requests to the U.S. Department of Education for waivers from key provisions of NCLB on February 29.

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