President Obama signs the Every Student Succeeds Act into law in White House ceremony attended by educators from across the country.
U.S. Senate ushers in new era in public education with historic vote on federal education law.
Take a selfie-photo and tell Congress why it’s time to rewrite No Child Left Behind.
Members of Congress receive a face-to-face thank you for a new ESEA bill that supports students, educators.
U.S. Senate prepares new legislation regarding ESEA, or No Child Left Behind, after July 4th recess.
Across the country, campaigns against overtesting are beginning to produce real results.
Let me be very clear: decisions about how to assess students with disabilities ought to be made at the school level by the dedicated team of educators who work with that student and their parents.
“States and districts don’t need new federal mandates on education; we just need better ones. Educating young people is not a one size fits all proposition.”
“As the son of a tenant farmer, I know that education is only valid in its passport from poverty, the only valid passport.” – President Lyndon Johnson on the passage of ESEA
“We spend more time worrying how to fire teachers, and we don’t spend enough time figuring out how to support teachers in difficult circumstances.”