My top five press releases from June’s School Improvement Industry Announcements – Federal Politics and Policy
Many readers do not have the time to identify and read announcements documenting the relationship between federal education policymaking and the business of school improvement.
edbizbuzz can help.
School Improvement Industry Announcements – Policy and Politics monitors over 100 government and interest groups inside the Washington Beltway.
Starting today, I’ll be offering my top five announcements from each monthly issue.
My criteria for selection will be information and events that help edbizbuzz readers understand how what happens in Washington shapes our emerging market for school improvement products, services and programs.
• U.S. Department of Education Inspector General report makes you wonder if nonprofits are not held to a lower standard of accountability: Teach for America, Inc., Review of the U.S. Department of Education Discretionary Grant Awards (Jun 5)
• To influence market-shaping federal policy, start by reading the Federal Register: Comment Request; Feasibility and Conduct of an Impact Evaluation of Title I Supplemental Education Services (May 29)
• The biggest for-profits can afford to secure k-12 marketing channels by starting at the top (I): AASA and Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies Launch National School Safety Study (Jun 6)
• The biggest for-profits can afford to secure k-12 marketing channels by starting at the top (II): American Book Company Joins NSTA SciLinks® Program (May 27)
• The biggest for-profits can afford to secure k-12 marketing channels by starting at the top (III): Learning to Change/Changing to Learn - Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and the Pearson Foundation public service announcement (Jun 5)
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