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The federal Education Department is using an up-close-and-in-person process in crafting some rules under the Every Student Succeeds Act, including for assessments and "supplement-not-supplant" requirements.
Sparked by new flexibility promised in the Every Student Succeeds Act, states are bolting to overhaul accountability systems, even as the U.S. Department of Education weighs the ESSA regulatory process.
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