Policy & Compliance

Articles: Policy & Compliance

Alison DeNisco
he report, “Checking in: Do classroom assignments reflect today’s higher standards?” researchers analyzed assignments from 92 teachers from six urban middle schools
Only 38 percent of assignments were aligned with a grade-appropriate standard
Alison DeNisco
Students attending the charter PRIDE Prep in Spokane, Washington may need to find a new school in coming months, as the state’s Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the 2012 law allowing charter schools.
Legislative action around charter schools continues, with many states creating new provisions for funding and facilities
Tim Goral
Education professor Cathy Vatterott says that grades have come to reflect student compliance more than student learning and engagement.
A different way to look at learning assessment for today’s students
Kate Ford
Kate Ford is the area superintendent in Los Angeles for Aspire Public Schools.
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