The National Education Association hosted a media roundtable on the Every Student Succeeds Act in October 2016. NEA, state and local leaders discussed the importance of ESSA, and how California, Colorado and South Carolina were implementing the new law. Learn more through media coverage of the event. Ed Week: NEA Wants States to Go For … More ›
What does implementing ESSA look like at the local level? A teacher in Hawaii shows the way.
Under ESSA, accountability plans must track the things that really matter for student success. Which indicators do you believe are most important?
New regulations to implement the Every Student Succeeds Act should go further in closing opportunity gaps in education.
If educators want the Every Student Succeeds Act to bring critical resources and an engaging curriculum back to schools, now’s the time to speak up.