The Vermont Company of Schooling goes to be offering extra info to the U.S. Division of Schooling about how the state plans to measure scholar progress beneath the federal Each Scholar Succeeds Act.
The act, signed by former President Barack Obama in late 2015, changed the No Baby Left Behind Act.
Vermont Public Radio (http://bit.ly/2w70CMV ) studies the state was one of many first to submit a plan earlier than the U.S. Division of Schooling, which final week despatched a request for extra info.
Vermont’s plan seeks to measure faculty high quality, assess scholar efficiency and fee faculties.
Vermont Deputy Secretary Amy Fowler says the state needs to persuade the U.S. Schooling Division its plan is sound whereas shifting away from single-yr check scores.