Hey, look everyone. Rodel got Gates money for helping to implement ESSA and push personalized learning. Still don’t think Rodel is calling the shots with education in Delaware? Think again!
Remember when a return to local control was the biggest selling point for the passage of The Every Students Succeeds Act (ESSA)?
States would be allowed to set their own education policies. Principals, teachers, and parents could escape the long shadow of the “broken” No Child Left Behind.
I’ll let Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers take us back.
For years, educators, parents and members of our broader communities were the canaries in the coal mine, crying out that hypertesting was hurting students, demoralizing teachers and frustrating parents. We will continue to be vigilant as work shifts to the states to fix accountability systems and develop teacher evaluation systems that are fair and aimed at improving and supporting good instruction. This new bill promises the creation of better accountability and support systems, and our students, their parents and their educators deserve nothing less.
To be fair, Lily…
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