Like No Child Left Behind, the proposed ESSA regulations are going to stand in the way of some promising approaches to state accountability. What’s the point of that?
ESSA has real potential for states and districts that want to leverage Title I to expand choice and enlarge their capacity to serve students otherwise stuck in struggling schools.
In math, PARCC’s college-ready cutoff score is set at a higher level than the MCAS proficiency cutoff
School choice and competition remain the best hope for improving schools
EdPolicy Leaders Online has launched a new online course that will take a close look at PISA data and explore how the data can be used to improve education policymaking in the U.S.