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“Yes, but…” An ESSA Myth Buster

By: Samantha Tankersley. ExcelinEd understand the murkiness around Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), but there is certainty around some issues. Here are several statements to help explain the nuances around five common ESSA misconceptions.

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ESSA: The Same, the Changed and the New, Oh My!

By: Samantha Tankersley. ExcelinEd read the 391 pages of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and created this summary of the top 5 things eliminated, what survived and what is new.

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Goal 2025: 60% of Americans with Degrees

The Lumina Foundation is leading and supporting American efforts to boost college degree completion from about 40% to 60% by 2025. The Indianapolis-based foundation is focused on quality degrees as well as recognized job credentials.

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What To Expect When You’re Expecting…The Every Student Succeeds Act

In December 2015, President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Here is a breakdown of what that act means and how states can begin to prepare for it.

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What States Need to Know Now About ESSA

By: The Ed Fly. With the passage of the Every Students Succeeds Act (ESSA), states face an incredibly complex transition filled with both opportunities and potential perils. But states should not overreact. Here are five things states need to know about school accountability.

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It’s Time to Raise the Level of Education Debate in the US

By: Matt Williams. It’s time to discuss how to best educate our students for life beyond high school as they enter an ever-changing, increasingly innovative, interconnected workforce where many of their future jobs have yet to be created.

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Rethinking Accountability for Continuous Improvement of Next-Gen Learning Models

Next generation accountability systems should provide greater transparency on multiple measures of student learning. With ESSA, states will now have flexibility to redesign assessments for student-centered learning.

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