Events and Webinars Tag

WI Dept. of Ed to Host Final Public Session

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction will host the final public session on the state’s ESSA plan. Discussions will focus “around four main points of the plan: school accountability, educator development, school improvement and student supports.”

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CA Dept. of Ed Releases Final Forum Dates for Public Feedback

The California Dept. of Education released the final June forum dates for public feedback on the state’s ESSA plan. Barbara Murchison, who has “collected the ESSA input from throughout the state for the last month,” encouraged leaders to attend meetings because, “We are glad to...

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MS Dept. of Ed Announces Listening Tour

The Mississippi Dept. of Education announced a listening tour to discuss the state’s ESSA plan. Meetings will address “measuring student success, resources for parents, subgroup methods of success, teacher and leader quality, and improvement strategies for underperforming schools.”

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WI Dept. of Public Instruction Hosts Public Forums on ESSA

The Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction will host six public forums to discuss the state’s ESSA plan. The events will feature “short presentations to provide information about the plan followed by guided discussions around four key areas: school accountability, educator development, school improvement, and student...

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Learning Heroes Hosts Research Webinar on ESSA

Learning Heroes will host a research webinar on effective ways to “communicate school performance and accountability information to parents and guardians in a manner that is accessible and actionable” under ESSA. Learning Heroes worked with Edge Research to “conduct multiple focus groups, surveys, and in-depth...

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NY Hosts Public Forums on ESSA

New York’s Board of Cooperative Educational Services hosted two public forums on ESSA. Participants at the events praised the idea of giving school districts the “opportunity to pilot locally created assessments and to allow for more frequent assessments to inform instruction.” Attendees also endorsed the need...

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