The success and sustainability of efforts to improve educational excellence and equity under ESSA depends on robust and thoughtful partnership among federal, state and local agencies and stakeholders.
It is crucial that all stakeholders engage with federal guidance decisions as they will have meaningful effects on ESSA implementation and the implications for equity in your state.
For more information on submission please see the RFI "How To" Page
For more information about the ESSA and Equity webinars we've produced with our Partners in California, Ohio, and Mississippi, please see the Opportunity Institute publications page, here, or go to the Our Work page for information and resources by state.
Partners for has produced a series of materials examining the evolution of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) from No Child Left Behind (2001) to the Every Student Succeeeds Act (ESSA) and the implications for our states.
With an eye toward equity, we hope these resources will be informative as the State Education Agencies work with stakeholders to implement the new law.