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Document Number: 10589

Supporting Teachers, Leaders, and Local Innovation - Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) flexibility allows states to develop innovative ways to support teachers and leaders. Approved states must invest in professional development and improved evaluation systems. Wisconsin, for example, is using ESEA flexibility to create centers that will develop rich curricular resources aligned with core standards;also the centers will train teachers and other leaders in college- and career-readiness at no or low cost to districts. (U.S. Department of Education, December 2012)...

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