Leaders from five school systems say they are facing challenges with meeting evidence requirements for their improvement strategies under the Every Student Succeeds Act, according to the Center on Education Policy at George Washington University. One rural school district leader said she is struggling with limited funding and difficulty accessing research.
Leaders from 5 systems discuss ESSA requirements
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