House Passes Student Success Act with Rep. Young Amendment to Protect Alaska Native Education Programs | Delta News Web

There have been no major legislative measures directed toward primary education since 2001. No Child Left Behind (passed in 2001) was the last “serious” act passed in regards to elementary and secondary education. As many people – students, parents, teachers, administrators, and politicians – have noted, No Child Left Behind is a seriously flawed system. So why has it taken 12 years to fix?

We’re not politicians, so we won’t speculate on the incredible delay that’s seen a whole generation of students pass through the K-12 grades under the No Child Left Behind Act. But we will encourage our readers to check out the recently passed piece of legislation that is (finally!) aimed at changing the way education is approached in America.

The Student Success Act does away with Adequate Yearly Progress and federally mandated interventions, and gives parents more control over their child’s education.

Read the details here:

House Passes Student Success Act with Rep. Young Amendment to Protect Alaska Native Education Programs | Delta News Web.

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