Former House education chair talks ESSA, accountability, responsibility to educate all
from Education DIVE
Education policy is among the most controversial, often inspiring the most impassioned opinions of all of the federal policy areas. Few have had a front-row seat to the changes in federal education policy over the last 40 years like former Rep. George Miller, who was first sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives in 1975, and served as the chair of the chamber's Education and Labor (presently Education and Workforce) Committee from 2007-2011. We recently caught up with Miller, who shared his thoughts on the direction of federal education policy in the U.S.
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