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Equity and ESSA: Using ESSA and the New Regulations to Advance Educational Opportunity

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December 14, 2016
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 Equity and ESSA: Using ESSA and the New Regulations to Advance Educational Opportunity

Presenters
Livia Lam
, Senior Policy Advisor, Learning Policy Institute
Phillip Lovell, Vice President of Policy Development and Government Relations, Alliance for Excellent Education
Heather J. Hough, Executive Director, CORE-PACE Research Partnership, Policy Analysis for California Education

On December 14, 2016  the Alliance for Excellent Education and the Learning Policy Institute (LPI) held a webinar on using the new Every Student Succeeds Act regulations to advance equity and educational opportunity. Designed for state policymakers and education stakeholders, the webinar focused on how states can effectively design multiple-measure accountability systems to assess overall school performance and progress—including gaps in student performance—and drive evidence-based interventions and continuous improvement across all schools and for all students.

Presenters described the opportunities and requirements within the U.S. Department of Education’s accountability regulations and shared findings from LPI, the Alliance, and the CORE-PACE Research Partnership that detail how multiple measures can be a strategic tool to advance equity and deeper learning in the nation’s schools without masking the performance of student subgroups.

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Alliance for Excellent Education is a Washington, DC–based national policy and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, particularly those who are traditionally underserved, graduate from high school ready for success in college, work, and citizenship.

The Learning Policy Institute conducts and communicates independent, high-quality research to improve education policy and practice. Working with policymakers, researchers, educators, community groups, and others, the Institute seeks to advance evidence-based policies that support empowering and equitable learning for each and every child. www.learningpolicyinstitute.org


Please direct questions concerning the webinar to alliance@all4ed.org. If you are unable to watch the webinar live, an archived version will be available at https://all4ed.org/webinars approximately 1–2 business days after the event airs.


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