Here's how some states' ESSA plans address testing opt-outs
from Education Week
Nine states and the District of Columbia had turned in their state plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act as of Monday evening, according to an Education Week survey of states. One tricky issue states have to address in those plans is how to deal with schools where less than 95 percent of all students take required state exams. Under ESSA, states are allowed to have laws on the books affirming parents' right to opt their children out of these tests.
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