Every Student Succeeds Act Video

Experience Education Week’s Summit on “Living With ESSA’s Changes”

March 25, 2019 1:49

Deputy Managing Editor Mark W. Bomster talks about how the Every Student Succeeds Act is shaking up the policy landscape for K-12 schools and invites educators to take part in “Living with ESSA’s Changes,” summit on Tuesday, May 14, at 1 p.m. In this online event, Education Week journalists and guests will staff online “discussion rooms” on a host of topics, including: including how to fix low-performing schools, meet strict accountability requirements for vulnerable students, and make sure parents and the public are kept in the loop throughout. You will get a unique opportunity to interact directly with the writers and experts who helped shape coverage of our new special report on ESSA. After the discussions, watch writers and editors sum up the discussions in a series of livestreamed interviews.

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