ESSA amended the Elementary and Secondary Education Act in 2015, giving states and school districts increased flexibility to design programs to help more students be college and career ready. AYPF has primarily focused on alternative accountability under ESSA for traditionally underserved students, connections to college and career readiness, and provisions affecting student support and academic enrichment.
- February 13, 2017
Guest blogger Ruth Neild unpacks the issue of using research evidence under ESSA.
- February 7, 2017
Guest bloggers Carrie Conaway and Russell Johnston explain how cooperation and data-sharing within their agency revealed four common areas of practice in schoo…
- January 30, 2017
Guest blogger Carrie Heath Phillips highlights five evidence-based practice requirements under ESSA that states are exploring.