A state takeover of a local school district takes away the voice of the taxpayers and parents and it’s questionable (at best) they even work.
Data Quality Campaign reports there are 238 bills related to education data in state legislatures this year so far, and less than a third (70) have anything to do with protecting student data privacy.
Erin Tuttle: Considering the evidence showing the discipline policies pushed by the U.S. Department of Education’s federal guidance makes schools less safe and even dangerous, why would Indiana legislators even consider adopting HB 1421?
It seems as though this particular trend of rural schools starting online virtual academies was started because of the need for school funding, not because it is best for students.
The Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette highlights in a recent editorial the testing woes that Indiana currently faces that include a problem with the new vendor.
Here is a list of legislation filed filed in 2017 in state houses across the nation dealing with standards, local control, assessments & data privacy.
Indiana is struggling to replace the current ISTEP assessment by the December 1st deadline imposed by state law, and some are toying with resurrecting PARCC.
Politico reported yesterday that Oklahoma lost its ESEA (NCLB) flexibility waiver as a result of repealing Common Core. Indiana, however, received a
A running list of Common Core related legislation filed in State Legislatures across the United States. This list will be continually updated.
Hoosiers can now comment publicly on Indiana’s draft academic standards until March 12, 2014. Instructions and the link to the form can