ESSA Accountability Plans Offer K-12 Companies Key Primers on State Needs

Opportunities Exist Around Communication Tools, Improved Data systems, ELL Curricula, and Career Readiness

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All states and the District of Columbia have now submitted their accountability plans for the Every Student Succeeds Act—though not all have received approval from the U.S. Department of Education. Those policy blueprints offer K-12 providers specifics on the states’ emerging demands for products and services—demands that companies must be ready to meet.

“There’s a clear role for…

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