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White House Not in Favor of House Republican’s NCLB Rewrite

According to POLITICO Pro, the White House released a report criticizing House Republican’s plan to rewrite No Child Left Behind (NCLB) stating that the combination of the bill’s spending levels and Title I portability provision would be extremely harmful to schools. The report says that the bill’s approach “is backwards and our teachers and kids deserve better.” Title I portability […]

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Spending Bill Directs Education Department to Focus Attention on Principal Professional Development

Spending Bill Directs Education Department to Focus Attention on Principal Professional Development

Despite several disappointing cuts, the recently approved federal spending measure┬áincluded report language that AFSA, the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NASSP) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NAESP) strongly advocated for throughout 2014 that supports and recognizes the importance of school leaders, their continuously expanding role and the pressing need for their professional development. In a joint […]

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