Three school districts implemented a suite of evidenced-based practices and realized impressive student achievement gains.
Three school districts implemented a suite of evidenced-based practices and realized student achievement gains in low-performing schools.
States have an opportunity to use the new flexibility embedded in ESSA to develop stronger testing systems without the pressure of NCLB’s exclusive focus on summative tests.
As Congress reauthorizes the ESEA, federal lawmakers must make sure that the needs of all students are met.
Holding states, districts, and schools accountable for improving the performance of all groups of students remains critical to improving the quality of education in America.
Here are five principles to guide lawmakers as they take action to make Title I—a key funding source for school districts serving poor students—more fair, transparent, and impactful.
These five new ideas for the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act would improve school funding and ensure that low-income students attend better-funded schools.
How We Can Build Upon No Child Left Behind’s Progress for Students With Disabilities in a Reauthorized ESEA
Educational outcomes for students with disabilities have significantly improved under the No Child Left Behind Act.
Research suggests that school turnaround is possible in the presence of a concerted strategy and comprehensive, dramatic actions.
Congress must address how current federal law masks education funding disparities between low- and higher-income students by fixing the so-called comparability loophole.
A new proposal to update the No Child Left Behind Act includes a provision that could substantially redistribute federal dollars away from the students who need them the most.
As Congress debates No Child Left Behind, proposed bill ignores opportunity to improve U.S. school systems for students with disabilities.
As Congress debates No Child Left Behind, proposed bill ignores opportunity to improve U.S. school systems for communities of color.
As Congress debates No Child Left Behind, proposed bill reduces parent access to information about their children’s progress.
As Congress debates No Child Left Behind, proposed bill ignores investments and supports for teachers.