Supplanting rule undercuts ESSA flexibility

(District of Columbia) The Obama administration moved a step closer to final adoption of a controversial regulation governing the use of Title I money that would largely reimpose federal supplanting restrictions.

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State pushes performance-based funding in online schools

(Ohio) Following years of poor performance, Ohio lawmakers may move to fund online charter schools based on results rather than enrollment, which, according to virtual-school proponents, can work if certain measures of progress are accounted for.

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