Federal Funding Streams and Strategies to Improve Conditions for Learning: A Resource Guide for States
The Council of Chief State School Officers’ (CCSSO’s) commitment to equity is rooted in the belief that all students—across race, ethnicity, gender, language, disability, sexual orientation, or family background or income—deserve an education that prepares them for success in college,
This press release announces a 3 year, $494,000 grant through the US Dept. of Justice's STOP School Violence Prevention and Mental Health Training program to help Iowa schools meet three project objectives:
States are responsible for administering the largest grant programs in the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). As a result, they have substantial influence over how school districts and other local educational agencies (LEAs) implement ESSA programs and spend ESSA funds.
ESEA implementation considerations for teacher evaluation and equity.
Under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), every state has the opportunity to analyze its current teacher and leader quality initiatives and use ESSA to ensure your education workforce can deliver on the state’s strategic vision and aspirations for the students this law is intended to serve.