Education policy has left behind No Child Left Behind, and moved on to ESSA, or the Every Student Succeeds Act. Why is the new policy – signed into law by President Barack Obama – an improvement? Rick Hess, AEI Resident Scholar, explains in 60 seconds.
Rick Hess is author of “The Every Student Succeeds Act: What It Means for Schools, Systems, and States”: https://goo.gl/hGCQYK
“The Long Path to ESSA” by Max Eden and Rick Hess: https://goo.gl/ON3gkO
Rick Hess on the Every Student Succeeds Act: https://goo.gl/HmX1Em
Rick Hess on AEI.org: https://goo.gl/L1zZ16
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