This was included to anyone who asked for it from the DOE with their exact methodology for the six priority schools selected. I love how the DOE spins this. They state it is a part of the Federal guidelines, but the ESEA waivers are designed to the states write the rules. The US DOE either approves or rejects these. We will see this come into play in a huge and major way in Part 31. This will be the part that everyone will be talking about. Everyone who was involved and had an active interest in the priority schools will want to read Part 31. This will go up later today.