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Dale Chu 7h
“Some plans were noteworthy for their emphasis on school leaders. Among them: Tennessee, Arkansas, and Wyoming”
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Mn Dept. Education Jan 10
The announced today that Minnesota’s state plan is approved. Thank you to all the families, educators and stakeholders who helped create this plan over the last two years. Now, let’s get to work implementing it! Read more:
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Ted Fujimoto Jan 15
Finnish Education 2.0 - Play, Creativity & Learning – ALO Finland Cultivating Curiosity, Creativity and Future Innovators
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NYS Education Dept 14h
. approved New York’s plan! Thank you to the numerous stakeholders and thought partners who worked for nearly 2 years to develop NY's plan:
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Politics K-12 15h
11 states got to celebrate yesterday. Why? approved their new education plans.
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Missouri DESE 7h
Missouri's Leadership Development System is designed to develop and support effective school leaders, starting as emerging leaders to transformational leaders.
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CenterForCreativity 2h
Excited that the PA State Plan identifies the importance of quality and opportunities for all students across the Commonwealth!
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Anita Hoge Jan 15
Why Are These Words In An Education Bill? What Are Social, Emotional, Behavioral Competences? Why Are Parents Accepting Mental Health Conditioning At School Re-Engineering Ed Towards PsychoBehavioral Interventions? Your Child A Target!
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Governor Tom Wolf 12h
PA is committed to ensuring that all students have access to a high-quality and well-rounded education. Our plan enhances that mission by providing critical resources to schools and a flexible framework for teaching.
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Charlene Briner Jan 10
2 years of work, more than 300 meetings, 1000's of comments from parents & community members...HOORAY!!! Minnesota is among the 1st states to gain approval of its plan from Proud of our amazing team, grateful to our stakeholders!
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NYS Education Dept 14h
Next Steps: NYSED will develop guidance for districts on implementing the plan, propose amendments to Commissioner’s regulations & work w/the Executive & Legislature to support implementation.
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NYS Education Dept 13h
Cmsr. Elia: “We are pleased that has approved NY's plan so we can accelerate our efforts to implement these initiatives that are critical for educating students across the state.”
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PA Department of Education 12h
The has approved Pennsylvania’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Consolidated State Plan. Read + learn more about the plan ➡️
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Politics K-12 Jan 16
.: The feds gave states flexibility with but states need to give it to districts and schools.
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The Press Office 13h
Today, announced has approved PA’s plan, a federally-required replacement to No Child Left Behind and the state’s most comprehensive federal education blueprint since 2002.
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Politics K-12 13h
The C grade on this year's report continues years of flat performance as states begin to grapple with the challenges and opportunities under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
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Politics K-12 Jan 16
. approves plans for Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
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NYS Education Dept 13h
NY’s final approved plan and a track changes version of the plan are posted on NYSED’s page:
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NYS Education Dept 14h
Chnc. Rosa: “Through a tremendous amount of effort & collaboration, NYS developed an plan that focuses on bringing greater equity to education & on educating the whole child.”
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Education First Jan 16
This Week’s NEWS: U.S. Department of Education ESSA approves two states, gives feedback to others
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