After Michigan’s ESSA state accountability plan is rejected Acting Assistant Secretary of Elementary & Secondary Education Jason Botel is out at USDED.
Even with changes to the feedback process for state accountability plans required under the ESSA, the U.S. Department of Education is still nit-picky.
Florida, Kentucky, and New Jersey are seeking a testing waiver from the U.S. Department of Education under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Shane Vander Hart: Michael Petrilli painted a serene, but false, picture of where federal involvement in education will be in the next few years.
Smith & Love: States should pursue their own course under an administration that in Alabama’s case showed respect for local and state control of education.
At readers’ request, we provide some links to U.S. Department of Education regulations that our readers can read and comment on before August 21, 2017.
The U.S. Department of Education just announced they are soliciting public feedback on cutting back and/or getting rid of burdensome education regulations.
Shane Vander Hart: The Trump Administration can give lip service to local control, or they actually can respect it and allow Alabama to proceed with a new test.
President Donald Trump released his full budget which eliminates 20 programs within the U.S. Department of Education related to PreK-12 education.
According to federal records, the U.S. Department of Education issued a contract with Graduate School USA for Reduction in Force (RIF) Training.