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.
Beginning in July 2015, states are required to offer in-state tuition prices to military veterans and their families as part of the enacted Choice Act.
More states are considering multiple factors — including coursework, course rigor, GPA and assessments — for students to meet high school graduation and college admission requirements.
States address residency eligibility of the large population of undocumented students in the U.S.
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.
Workforce Development Colorado bill encourages tech careers
Colorado’s House Education Committee approved a bill that would tweak the state’s school and district rating system to give credit for high school graduates who move into career training programs, as well as those who attend college. (Chalkbeat Colorado)
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