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ESSA requires states to identify schools that are in need of improvement and those where vulnerable groups of students are struggling. Under accountability regulations written by the Obama administration, states were supposed to publish this data by Dec. 31, 2018 but those regulations were scrapped...

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This Policy Analysis highlights research on school discipline, past state policy trends, current policy examples and considerations for policymakers examining their state’s policies. It also looks at how states address school discipline data in their plans under the Every Student Succeeds Act.

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The Bill & Melinda Gates foundation is seeking Professional Learning Partnerships to advance professional learning services supporting implementation of high-quality instructional materials. Of interest is supporting service development and refinement in middle and high schools serving student...

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A week after Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed an executive order ending the statewide use of reading and math proficiency exams known as PARCC, the Public Education Department said schools will be administering new tests this spring. The new exams, called the New Mexico Standards Based Assessment...

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The Indiana Department of Education is proposing a change to the state's ESSA plan by removing A-F ratings for federal accountability and replacing them with four classification groups: exceeding, meeting, approaching, or not meeting expectations, to help clear up confusion about how schools are...

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The Aspen Institute National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development produced this report with input from educational leaders, engaged parents, concerned citizens, business leaders, military leaders, researchers and youth organizations, with the intent to spread the message that...

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ERIC is a free, online database of education research. Since 1966, ERIC has added more than 1.7 million records of journal articles, reports, and other materials with about 1 million records for peer-reviewed work and 400,000 records have free full text available on the database. In 2018, ERIC...

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Established in 2002, The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) is an initiative of the Institute of Education Sciences within the U.S. Department of Education (USED) and led by several firms with expertise in education, research methodology, and dissemination of education research. In 2018, the WWC...

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