Every Student Succeeds Act

Related TASA Capitol Watch Alerts

TASA and 48 Other State Administrators’ Groups Oppose USDE-Proposed ESSA “Supplement, not Supplant” Regulations
11.01.2016 — An AASA letter to the U.S. Department of Education signed by representatives of 49 statewide administrators’ groups expresses concern with the Department’s proposed regulations related to the “Supplement, not Supplant” provisions of Title I in ESSA.  

ASA Seeks Input on ESSA Supplement vs. Supplant
10.25.2016 — AASA is asking superintendents to weigh in on the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed rules on supplement vs. supplant as part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). 

TEA Seeks Input on Implementation of ESSA in Texas
10.21.2016 — Commissioner of Education Mike Morath announced on October 20 that TEA has launched an online survey offering parents, taxpayers, and the general public an avenue to provide input on the state’s implementation of ESSA.  

07.25.2016 — AASA has sent an alert on the proposed U.S. Department of Education rules related to ESSA. Comments are due August 1.

TEA Explains Immediate Impacts of ESSA
03.09.2016 — A March 8 TEA letter to administrators also addresses how the new federal law immediately affects (or does not affect) Texas schools.

TASA Urges U.S. Senators to Vote for Every Student Succeeds Act
12.07.2015 — TASA sent letters to U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz and John Cornyn on December 7 that urged them to vote in favor of the Every Student Succeeds Act.