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The Every Student Succeeds Act vs. No Child Left Behind: What’s changed?

  • December 11, 2015

WASHINGTON — President Obama sealed a Every Student Succeeds Act into law Thursday, mostly replacing a No Child Left Behind Act that was a hallmark of his predecessor’s domestic agenda.

Lawmakers have touted a new law as a some-more stretchable proceed to tyro contrast and propagandize accountability, once again creation states obliged for regulating under-performing schools.

Here’s what’s altered in a dual laws:

The Problem

No Child Left Behind:

Every Student Succeeds Act:

Testing

No Child Left Behind:

Every Student Succeeds Act:

Common Core

No Child Left Behind:

Every Student Succeeds Act:

Accountability

No Child Left Behind:

Every Student Succeeds Act

Remedies

No Child Left Behind:

Every Student Succeeds Act:

Spending

No Child Left Behind

Every Student Succeeds ActAccording to a Congressional Budget Office

Bipartisanship

No Child Left Behind:

Every Student Succeeds Act

Contributing: Mary Troyan

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