Policymakers are committed to creating educational systems that address the needs of the fast-growing ELL population, but there are many challenges..
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This edition provides an in-depth look at the federal Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), a law that changed the way students with disabilities are educated and funded.
Confusion is growing as parents increasingly want to opt their children out of state tests. Some state policies are clear on this issue, but many are still working through the process..
As governors around the country give their annual State of the State addresses, education issues – from preschool to college – have been a top priority.
Designed to serve as a framework to help K-12 and higher education leaders conceptualize the multitude of education reform efforts underway in their states.
Civic Education U.S. citizenship test gains traction
Amid long-standing national angst over the amount of knowledge that American public school students have of civics, one organization's push to make the test administered to prospective U.S. citizens a high school graduation requirement is finding early momentum in many states. (Education Week)
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