ESSA rule makers agree on testing regs

(District of Columbia) Although the Every Student Succeeds Act calls on states to test 95 percent of its students, draft regulations promulgated late last week set the bar higher, saying “all” students need to participate in annual assessments.

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‘Breakfast-after-the-bell’ plan set aside for review

(Calif.) A key legislative panel sidelined Tuesday a proposal that would require a large number of school districts to offer some type of “breakfast after the bell” program so the state can help feed scores of students missing their first meal of the day.

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