Timeline on state ESSA plan slips, could be a trend

(Calif.)  After planning for months to submit the state plan for complying with the Every Student Succeeds Act by the first of the year, California officials have abruptly pushed the deadline date back by three months.

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Schools struggle in outreach to parents of young children

(District of Columbia) Teachers and administrators want to foster communication with families of pre-school aged children but few know how to accomplish that–an issue that may improve as early education expands, according to a new survey.

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