Emmett McGroarty: A vote for the ESEA Reauthorization will be seen as affirmation of all that is wrong with federal interference in education.
A late-stage draft of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization has been released that confirms much of what has already been leaked.
Education Week on Friday gave us a peek into what compromises were made on the ESEA reauthorization between House and Senate education leaders.
The letter sent to congressional education leaders responsible for bill was signed by 182 different state and local groups, education activists or officials.
While in Des Moines, Iowa on Tuesday former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) made a few comments about the federal governments role in education.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush attempted to distance himself from Common Core at the Voters First Presidential Forum, but he can’t run from his record.
Karen Effrem, President of Education Liberty Watchdog, provides a recap of the amendments, good and bad, proposed for S.1177, the Every Child Achieves Act.
Karen Effrem of Education Liberty Watch takes a closer look at what the U.S. Senate give us in its Every Child Achieves Act, S.1177.
The U.S. Senate passed S.1177, the Every Child Achieves Act, on a 81 to 17 vote on Thursday afternoon spending seven days debating the bill.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz’s amendment to S.1177, the Every Child Achieves Act, gutting the federal testing mandate failed on a 40 to 58 vote on Thursday morning.