Early Learning in ESEA

Ongoing Coverage of ESEA Reauthorization
Coverage Throughout 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 |
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When will the long overdue reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the law known for many years as No Child Left Behind, finally happen? Speculation has been swirling in education policy circles.
 
We are watching with interest, hope and genuine concern as the U.S. Department of Education sends signals about what it would like to see in the law, and what steps it will take if Congress continues to put off reauthorization. Stay informed with our ongoing coverage of early learning issues in ESEA reauthorization, our recommendations to policy makers, our op-eds and presentations, and our list of resources and recommendations from the U.S. Department of Ed and various membership and advocacy organizations.
 
Blog posts
 
September 23, 2011: NCLB Out, ESEA Flexibility In
February 25, 2010: Common Standards
February 8, 2010: Generating Ideas
 

Consensus recommendations to policy makers (drafting led by Early Education Initiative)

May 7, 2010: Consensus Recommendations to the Senate HELP Committee

March 26, 2010: Consensus Recommendations to the U.S. House's Ed & Labor Committee

Op-eds, issue briefs, presentations and other commentary

Resources from other groups, including the U.S. Department of Ed

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