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Education Week Article: Here's How the Education World Thinks the Feds Should Regulate Under ESSA

How should the U.S. Department of Education regulate under the Every Student Succeeds Act? People got a chance to share their thoughts with the department face-to-face during two hearings this month. But the public also got a chance to submit public comments on the Internet. The comment period for those submissions just closed Thursday. And as of about 6 p.m. that day, there were more than 200 comments filed.

 

So what were some of the highlights? You probably won't be surprised to learn that accountability took up a lot of the oxygen in the comments. And testing issues like...

 

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