I am not excited about the Every Student Succeeds Act, the most recent version of ESEA and the replacement for No Child Left Behind.
It’s not that I don’t appreciate the good parts or hate the bad parts. I’m not delighted to see social impact bonds tossed into the mix, nor am I pleased to see the doors opened for performance based education. I take a bit of pleasure in seeing the ways in which the bill makes extra effort to spank the former secretary of education (who has been repeatedly saying, “Oh yeah, this is what read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com