The legislation is based on political compromise, not hard data.
High school juniors who opted out didn't significantly lower state's total.
The Every Student Succeeds Act takes effect in the 2017-18 school year.
The new law takes effect in the 2017-18 school year.
CORE districts hope the new school improvement system will become permanent.
The bill makes permanent a grant program for early education.
The Every Student Succeeds Act curbs the federal role in dictating school improvement.
One was orchestrating local control as the other was leveraging federal power.
Districts must negotiate a new form of teacher evaluations with their unions.
Learning Policy Institute opens with Linda Darling-Hammond as CEO.
The proposed amendment would create two new subgroups of students: foster and homeless youth.
Six California CORE districts seek extension from the federal law.
The Legislature grants more time as the state board struggles to define "evaluation rubrics."
Districts would replace private tutors with after-school, summer programs.
History teachers say the Common Core values the skills and content they teach.