Most district leaders responding to an exclusive survey said that the Every Student Succeeds Act’s new standards for “evidence-based” decisionmaking could influence their budgets.
Chiefs for Change, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and a private ed-tech company, TEMBO, created the tool.
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Opportunities for digital innovation abound in the new ESSA law, but many district leaders are still trying to figure out how to make sense of that new flexibility, panelists at the EdNet conference said.
K-12 demand for formative and computer-adaptive testing is likely to grow this school year, but companies should pay close attention to regional differences and district size.
The U.S. Department of Education is exploring “pay for success” models in early childhood education and career-and-technical education, and the agency will separately conduct research on whether the model can be used in English-language learning.
Education companies should be arming themselves with information about how funding changes prompted by ESSA will impact their business.