Tag Archive: ESEA Reauthorization

Aug 03

ESEA Rewrite Debate Shaping up

Congress has begun the work of re-writing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and it figures to be a long and winding road. There are amendments that will need to be debated and compromises that have to be made. Secretary of Education Arnie Duncan has called for a law that is based on lessons learned …

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Mar 13

VASSP/VAESP Collaborate on ESEA Reauthorization Document

Early in February, the Executive Directors of the Virginia Association of Secondary School  Principals (VASSP) and the Virginia Association of Elementary School Principals (VAESP) collaborated on a document to present to Virginia Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine.  The purpose of this document was to reinforce the need for the renewal of the Elementary and Secondary Education …

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Feb 10

It Is Time Again For The ESEA

  The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) is now 50 years old and still in place. In fact, with the overall lack of enthusiasm and support by public school educators for participation in the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) measures, it appears to be a good and timely opportunity to review the reauthorization of …

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Jan 10

Administrators Input for the ESEA Reauthorization

Members of the United States Congress who are seeking input on ESEA Reauthorization from school administrators are set to get their documentation from the main administrator leadership organizations: NASSP, NAESP and AFSA (American Federation of School Administrators).  JoAnn Bartletti, representing NASSP, co-authored a document with NAESP and AFSA with the organizations’ thoughts regarding the plan …

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