Passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) means significant changes for states, districts, and educational program developers. AIR is well-equipped to support states and districts that are implementing ESSA requirements, and program developers who want to ensure their services qualify for federal funding.
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2 Apr 2018
While states provided direct support to struggling schools in the past, ESSA places more responsibility on districts by requiring them to select evidence-based interventions—which can take the form of programs, policies, or practices—to help these schools improve.