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Andrew Ujifusa 21m
This is a photo of Barack Obama signing into law in 2015. Lamar Alexander won't run again in 2020, Todd Rokita is leaving Congress, Arne Duncan and Obama are out of government, and John Kline is retired. Suzanne Bonamici, Bobby Scott, and Patty Murray remain.
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K12Prospects 4m
How many times you should follow up?
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Gelson Da Cruz Costa Dec 13
Replying to @Famososna_web
final ta show
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Data Quality Campaign 3h
91% of parents prefer report cards that provide more details about a school’s performance than less. But confusing acronyms and wonky jargon can get in the way of understanding this data:
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EdWeek Events 20h
After the passing of in 2015, virtually every state, redesigned their school accountability systems. Those new systems are now being presented to the public for the first time. First out what impact this is having.
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Backpacker Quotes 16h
Encourage idiots no matter where you go
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Data Quality Campaign 5h
Parents are important partners in their child’s learning and in their state’s goals. But they can't support improved outcomes without access to .
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Sean Brady Dec 14
has outdone themselves. 32 pages single spaced required to "explain" their opaque accountability system. The whole thing is Dickensian. Bleak House or Little Doritt's Office of Circumlocution comes to mind. What a monumental waste of time.
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REL West Dec 10
The offers a lot of food for thought, doesn’t it? Our new blog post shares how we’re supporting state education agencies navigate those waters, plus a chat with Sean Ross from about meeting evidence standards
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Joseph South Dec 6
Calling all state/district leaders! released a new guide! Pulls evidence from current research & example cases around the country to show how innovative edtech initiatives reinforce allowable uses of funds.
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Education Week 4h
Senate education committee signs rookie free agent, loses veteran.
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Learning Policy Inst Dec 13
Some states are focusing their accountability systems on improving the academic growth of their lowest-performing students. Via
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Forecast5 3h
At the end of FY 2019, all states & school districts will be required to report per-pupil expenditure data at the school level as mandated by . leverages data directly from your accounting system to produce the required outputs.
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Vesia Hawkins Dec 10
“The moment of truth has arrived.” Three years ago, Congress passed and gave a lot more decision-making power back to the states. hopes her state of Rhode Island will step up and use the latest test score data as a wake-up call.
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iNACOL Dec 13
. and on resources states can use to transform education systems with the opportunities that provides.
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Elizabeth Mann Levesque Oct 31
Need a break from obsessing over polls? Check out my new report that takes a deep-dive into the Accountability rule. Which orgs commented, what were main concerns, how did respond, & what does it all mean in context of the rule's repeal?
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Allison Rae Redden Dec 5
Former wonders if the "Innovative Assessment Pilot" is really even innovative. She notes that provides an opportunity for us to "go back to the drawing board" to rethink how we assess students.
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Charles Barone Nov 20
Chart we made in February of 2016 re: those who were and weren't calling for more, rather than less, local flexibility on assessments and accountability. Narrative here:
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REL Midwest Dec 7
Staff from REL Midwest, , & offered expertise to help develop its postsecondary readiness indicator. Read more about the collaboration:
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Chris Flavel Dec 7
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