Thursday, December 3, 2015

Landmark education bill passed by House empowers parents, teachers, states & districts

“The education reform bill passed today takes significant steps to address these issues. It ends ‘Adequate Yearly Progress’ and gives states more freedom to determine how best to measure school performance. It gives states more flexibility in how they direct federal education dollars. It will help us identify struggling schools that need help and what needs to be done to get them back on track. And it prohibits Washington from imposing Common Core on local school districts.” Rep. Pat Meehan

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