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As the implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) moves forward, there are new tools available on engaging K-12 education stakeholders, including the CTE community, in the process. Understanding ESSA, a new website from the Collaborative for Student Success, aggregates state-by-state information on implementation, including announcements for upcoming state outreach events, news updates and links to state resources. The Council of Chief State School Officers has a guide for stakeholder outreach that includes practical tips for states to engage ESSA stakeholders as well as examples of best practices that states are already using. ACTE has published a series of fact sheets on the CTE components of ESSA available here, and all of our online ESSA resources are available here.
Additionally, ACTE and Advance CTE submitted comments on the U.S. Department of Education’s draft federal regulations on the accountability, reporting and state plan provisions of ESSA. Specifically, our comments address the use of new indicators of school quality and student success, including career readiness measures, in state accountability systems as well as the design and delivery of state and district annual report cards that can include CTE student performance data. Our full comments are available here.
Posted by Mitch Coppes on 08/01/2016 at 03:48 PM in ESEA | Permalink
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