Washington 1st State to Lose NCLB Waiver
April 25, 2014 6:31 AM Subscribe
No Money, Mo' Problems. "School districts throughout Washington will have to redirect roughly $40 million in federal funding toward private tutoring efforts next year, instead of using the Title I funds to pay for district programs for low-income students." No big deal, right? Washington was probably the only school to even have a waiver for No Child Left Behind, you're thinking. Nope. Washington was one of forty three states and the District of Columbia that have federal waivers from NCLB. Kate Tromble, the director of government relations for the Education Trust, said revoking the waiver was the right thing to do. "It is unfortunate because Washington students are going to bear the burden of the failure of adults' in the state." NCLB previously.
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