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Samuel L. Radford 3 13h
Advancing Education Equity through ESSA - A Civil Rights Imperative with Dr. John King -Former Secretary of Education and current CEO of The Education Trust. Key Principle #4 Parents must have a seat at the table in the work to improve schools.
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John Skretta Jun 11
“The Have-To-Dos, you do. You get them done. The Get-To-Dos are where schools can truly be innovative and impactful.” Our Nebraska Commish on & educational leadership.
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NULWashington Bureau 12h
Replying to @JMurguia_Unidos
We want to make sure that we can break down the most salient pieces of data in these plans and share with parents, affiliates, and stakeholders to drive accountability for state plans. -
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Education Week 11h
How do school districts plan to use their block grant money?
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JAPS PE Jun 16
Well done girls for getting to the A final with a time 1.00.59.Go girls!
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The Education Trust 14h
We can’t wait to talk everything w/ & in just 30 minutes!
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Assemblywoman Pellegrino Jun 14
This week, proposed changes to NY’s implementation of which would negatively impact parents’ rights to Opt Out of High Stakes Testing. Public comments are encouraged. Read my response below.
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The Education Trust 12h
Replying to @BobWise48
“Half of the students in public schools across the nation are students of color. This is no longer a population you can ignore”
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The Education Trust 12h
Replying to @BobWise48
“Without data we are just talking anecdotes. Data in the right hands can be a powerful tool”
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NULWashington Bureau 12h
. will be taking a close look at resource equity as implementation of continues to roll out. The funding system is inequitable. We must use our to develop indicators that parents can use to advocate on behalf of their children. -
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The Education Trust 13h
Less than 10 minutes until “Advancing Education Equity Through ” begins!
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KY Dept of Education Jun 13
In a new column, Interim Commissioner explains the changes coming to Kentucky's system and school report card.
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The Education Trust 13h
“With & we created 6 key principles that should drive all work” Lynn Jennings
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NULWashington Bureau 12h
Replying to @BobWise48
Enactment of is one thing, but we must be vigilant of the enforcement of it. There are about 13,000 school districts in this country. Now is the time to use what’s in and make innovative changes. -
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Michael Galvan 22-20 11h
Love hearing updates from Karyn Lynch about , data and
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Bob Lowry Jun 11
Some Regents expressing reluctance to approve regulations. Regent Young reminds board that regulations would implement state plan approved by US Education Department.
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Carly Wright Jun 14
FUNDING ALERT! The Labor HHS FY19 bill that will be marked up tomorrow by cmte includes $1.2 B for Title IVA! Increase of $100 million over FY18. Ask your members of Congress to support this increased funding proposal here:
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PA Department of Education 10h
PDE officials + Pennsylvania’s State Board of Education Implementation Committee met today at in the and discussed Allentown’s contributions to the state’s school improvement planning
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Monica R Almond, PhD 12h
There is concern in this room that because state plans are so vague, there could be a relapse on education civil rights protections for historically underserved students.
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NULWashington Bureau 12h
Replying to @JohnBKing
. emphasizes the trauma students endure when the police are called on them for . The measure of implementation will be how students civil rights are prioritized.
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