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“Federal Flash: February 5: News on the Every Student Succeeds Act; New Guidance on Assessments”

This week’s episode of Federal Flash examines two important announcements—one on assessments, the other on the Every Student Succeeds Act—that the U.S. Department of Education made this week. It also includes information on possible congressional action on the Higher Education Act and Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act.

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Federal Flash: May 21

A Little Known Fact About Federal Education Funding

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Federal Flash: 2/12/16: Obama’s Education Budget & House Hearing on ESSA Implementation

Highlights: 1) Education priorities within President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget request; 2) A recap of the fairly contentious hearing on implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act that the U.S. House Education Committee held on Wednesday; and 3) A preview of next week’s Digital Learning Day and the Federal Communications Commission’s work on digital equity.

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Broadening Support for Federal Aid

A specific challenge in developing federal policy is to find or build general support while concentrating on major problems that chiefly affect limited and often relatively powerless segments of the population. Jack Jennings, Author, Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools (Harvard Education Press, March 2015), reflects on the lessons learned about developing effective policies that can have widespread and profound effects.

Categories: Action Academy: Federal Education Policy

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Understanding the History of Federal Aid to Education

Christopher Cross, author of Political Education: Setting the Course for State and Federal Policy, and chairman of Cross & Joftus, LLC, discusses why it is important to understand the history of federal aid for education. Specifically, Cross focuses on the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, which provides educational services to students with disabilities, and the creation of the U.S. Department of Education.

Categories: Action Academy: Federal Education Policy

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Federal Flash: May 29

A Closer Look at the Senate’s Bill to Rewrite NCLB

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