The draft also eliminates performance targets, removes parameters regarding the use of federal funds to help improve struggling schools, does not address key disparities in opportunity such as access to high-quality college preparatory curricula, restricts the federal government from protecting underprivileged students, and fails to advance the current movement toward college- and career-ready standards.”
38 Disability Organizations Oppose House ESEA Proposal
2016-11-10T10:12:19-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Advocacy, Articles, General, Inclusive Education, Politics|Tags: all disabilities, civil rights, Student Success Act, the leadership conference|0 Comments
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