Do You Want a Copy of the ESSA Legislation? Here It Is

Diane Ravitch's blog

The original version of the Every Student Succeeds Act was 1,061 pages. Mercedes Schneider here posts the final version of the act, which is a kinder, gentler 391 pages. Read it if you have time.

In time, I will have informed commentary on this site by some of those who drafted the legislation. Or so I have been promised.

Let me say one more time that I really wish this act were titled the “Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 2015.” I hate the “every student succeeds” act. I also hated “no child left behind.” I don’t see why legislation has to have a title that is a bold and totally unrealistic promise.

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