ESSA contains a number of meaningful levers that education leaders, parents, members of the business and civil rights communities, and advocates can use to advance education equity. These levers, covered in detail on the following pages, include: Standards, Assessments, Accountability Systems, Public Reporting, Teachers / Leaders and Funding. The following pages created by the Education Trust, include more information on each of these components, including information on what ESSA requires and questions equity-minded advocates should be asking.
This Model Student and Parent Handbook for schools and districts from Southern Echo in Mississippi is where the rules and regulations are set out on the record for everyone to ... MORE
In an effort to document the harm inflicted upon communities of color by corporate education interventions, the Journey for Justice Alliance conducted Grassroots Voice Listening Projects in the following cities: ... MORE
This report from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is intended to shed light on the origins of school policing as well as the real and devastating consequences of education ... MORE