Report: Many state ESSA plans minimize performance of vulnerable students
from Education Week
Many state accountability plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act don't do a great job of incorporating the performance of vulnerable subgroups of students, such as racial minorities, English learners and those with disabilities, according to an analysis released by the Alliance for Excellent Education, a research and advocacy organization in Washington. And many states are skirting ESSA's requirements when it comes to identifying low-performing schools, and those where subgroups of students are struggling, the Alliance found.
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