As reported by THE Journal, a new bill has been proposed in the Senate to rewrite NCLB, giving more power to states to make assessment decisions. The Journal’s Joshua Bolkan notes that “[t]he new bill, dubbed the Every Child Achieves Act, would end the need for states to get NCLB waivers and would keep in place successful elements of ESEA, such as required reporting of disaggregated student achievement data.”


Read the full article here: NCLB Draft Rewrite Reduces Stakes of Standardized Testing, Brings Major Changes to Federal Ed Policy