Congress must act swiftly, and work together with the same bipartisanship that got us this far, to craft a final bill.
“Every student in America will be better off under this legislation than the generation of students wronged by ‘No Child Left Untested’ “: Utah teacher & NEA President Eskelsen Garcia.
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.