Supplement Not Supplant Tag

How Incoming Trump Administration Will Impact ESSA

Michael Petrilli, President of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, published a blog post on the implementation of ESSA under President-elect Trump. Petrilli argued that the administration would likely “rip up” some regulations that the Obama administration sought to implement. The new administration would likely “go...

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CCSSO Proposes Alternative to “Supplement, Not Supplant” Language

In response to the Dept. of Education’s proposed “supplement, not supplant,”  the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) released a proposal laying out alternative language. Formally submitted through the Dept. of Education’s online comment platform, the new language would “establish important guardrails” in order...

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Sec. King Addresses Concerns Over ESSA Language

In an interview with Education Week during his “Back to School” bus tour, Secretary of Education John B. King, Jr. addresses concerns over vague language within ESSA. King acknowledges the different views over draft “supplement, not supplant” rules, but argues “no single member of Congress...

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