Are you still wondering what is in state ESSA plans? Or what might change in schools as a result?
The American Institutes for Research (AIR) and EducationCounsel conducted a conversation with policy experts, researchers, and practitioners who will share their insights in order to inform planning and decision-making at the local and state levels. Experts from both organizations met to discuss the trends across ESSA plans and what must come next to significantly improve outcomes for students among lowest-performing schools.
Jack Buckley, Senior Vice President, AIR
Scott Palmer, Managing Partner, EducationCounsel
Jessica Johnson, Senior Vice President, AIR
Monique Chism, Vice President, AIR
Kathryn Young, Senior Policy Advisor, EducationCounsel
Dan Gordon, Senior Legal and Policy Advisor, EducationCounsel
About AIR and EducationCounsel
AIR and EducationCounsel are separately conducting in-depth reviews of state ESSA plans and documenting trends from our analyses to share with policymakers and education stakeholders across the country. Each organization has undertaken a review of all the state ESSA plans that were submitted to the U.S. Department of Education across a wide range of issues.