Volume II of the biannual “The SEA of the Future” series examines how state leaders, challenged with having to make decisions on how to use limited resources are faced with an uneasy zero-sum game: every dollar they put into one program is a dollar not spent in another. When state education agency (SEA) chiefs suggest that public funds can be better spent, they are criticized, often unfairly. In short, leaders need to talk about how to better spend money in schools and districts; they need to prioritize productivity.”
- Regional Convening: Building Field Capacity Around the Use of Evidence
- Focusing More on Learning and Less on Test Scores
- Regional convening focuses on building capacity to support the use of evidence
- In the news: Maine DOE presents new school support model
- Innovative interim assessments for ESSA accountability? It depends.