Obama administration accused of trying to dictate education policy to states — again
from The Washington Post
The U.S. Education Department solicited public comment on draft regulations it has created for states to implement the school "accountability" and data reporting provisions of the new Every Student Succeeds Act — and, boy, did it get feedback, some of it scathing. When Education Secretary John B. King Jr. announced the proposed rules in May, he said they were designed to "give states the opportunity to work all of their stakeholders ... to protect all students' right to a high-quality education," and that they "give educators room to reclaim for all of their students the joy and promise of a well-rounded educational experience."
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