Key GOP Senator blasts Education Department's approach to ESSA Title I spending
from Education Week
U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., the Senate education committee chairman, repeatedly criticized the U.S. Department of Education for what he said was an attempt to create a burdensome spending regulation governing federal money for poor students that would go beyond what the Every Student Succeeds Act allows. In the third of six ESSA oversight hearings being held by the committee, several of those testifying, including teacher union leaders and a state superintendent, joined Alexander in that criticism.
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