Thank you to the readers of this blog and others around the country for applying the pressure on your Representatives and Senators regarding HR 5 – the ESEA Re-authorization bill which will bring our children Nationalized education.
But don’t stop! Call all day and if they don’t get to the bill today all weekend. The object is to let them know WE know what they are doing to our children!
POLITICO Pro House leadership wrestles with No Child Left Behind votes
The legislators know this is not a “fast ride” to passage for them – Supporters of the bill are walking a thin line because of the voucher proposal using our tax dollars and applying the vouchers to private and parochial school. . House Education and the Workforce Chairman John Kline needed a bill that would pass the House with support from moderates, and has been clear in recent weeks that a bill with private school vouchers would not have the votes to pass the chamber.
To remind you JOHN KLINE knew what the objective was in regard to the CCSS and RTTT and wrote Arne Duncan a letter objecting to the actions and motives of Duncan and Obama.
And please remember, Conservativism is not a Party thing. It is the personal belief in true conservative morals and values for a strong America. We are working to bring our country back to where she used to be!
You are the Ones who truly care about your children and your country.
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Every Child Ready for College or Career Act of 2015 sponsored by Sen. Lamar Alexander. This bill amends No Child Left Behind which is theRe-authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 referred to as ESEA.
Pages 3-4 Local Education Area Grants for prevention and intervention of children and youth neglected, delinquent, or at risk.
Page 20 provide for individual students interpretive diagnostic reportsrefers back to accommodations for children with disabilities (page 21) (Link clause (ii) to Individual student interpretive diagnostic reports)
“produce individual student interpretive, descriptive, and diagnostic reports, consistent with clause (ii), that allow parents, teachers, and principals or other school leaders to understand and address the specific academic needs of students, and include information regarding achievement on assessments….”
Page 22 Clause (ii) -the results would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual student
Page 26 are adaptations for children necessary to meet state standardsand with disabilities and defined in IDEA, Individual with Disabilities Education Act.
Page 48 makes FERPA, Family Education Rights in Privacy Act, federal law, which would put Obama’s EO into law, that allows third party contractors to access personally identifiable information on student records and substantiates a longitudinal state data collection system.
Page 58 identifies eligible students in need of services using state standards, assessments and accountability systems and other indicators.
Page 67 refers to school lunch, Medicaid, SSI, Social Security insurance
Page 76 exemptions for schoolwide programs which are exempt from any statutory or regulatory law.
Page 80 children identified by the school as failing, or most at risk of failing, to meet the challenging State academic standards on the basis of multiple, educationally related, objective criteria established by the local educational agency and supplemented by the school, except children in preschool through grade 2 shall be selected solely on the basis of such criteria as teacher judgment, interviews with parents, and developmentally appropriate measures.
Page 90 refers to public choice in education with money that will “follow the child”
Page 92 refers to private school and public school equity funding
Page 96 refers to Title I funds that will follow the child (TITLE I FUNDS FOLLOW THE LOW-INCOME CHILD STATE OPTION.)
Page 97 is the identification of eligibility for funds to follow the child
Pages 97-98 private school choice to identify children who are enrolled in private schools
Page 98 is the application of participating children in private schools
Page 101 evaluate student assessment through performance on ASSESSMENTS and tests that are aligned to challenging state standards
Page 111 prevention and intervention of children who are at risk
Page 113 is referred to as specialized student support. See: defined on pages 353 and 354)
Page 114 “vocational” changed to “career” throughout the legislation
Pages 117-118 the Secretary of Education can propose regulations or alternate processes in any event of failure to reach consensus so the secretary can propose regulations that will go through the rulemaking process
Page 121 negotiated rulemaking; the specialized student support
Page 129 redo the teacher education to match state academic standards which Pennsylvania Department of Education has a contract with Pearson, in process of teacher certification toward standards
Page 131 performance pay for teachers and differential and bonus pay will be based on performance
Page 138 improving student behavior and the identification of early and appropriate intervention
Page 142 local education agencies can use funds to evaluate programs and activities and contract with for-profit, nonprofit, or higher Ed third-party contractors
Page140 RTI, Response to Intervention and PBIS, Positive Behavior Intervention, and supports aligns with children with disabilities
Page145 expands the school day and early morning and at night and on in the summer page
Pages 150-151 states or local education agencies can get technical assistance by third-party contractors or the IES, Institute of Education Sciences, this is an arm of the NCES, National Center for Education Statistics, that monitors the national center education statistics database
Page 153 the Secretary can grant waivers
Page 157 teacher pay will be based on measurable increase in student achievement
Page 193 school safety and promoting student physical and mental health well-being
Pages 194-195 school-based mental health services
Page 211 school based mental health services, implements schoolwide PBIS, Positive Behavior Intervention and supports in collaboration with IDEA, Individuals With Disabilities Act.
Page 213 third-party evaluators of supportive school environment for thephysical and mental health
Pages 218-266 increased charter schools and the financing of charter schools (this is a huge section on Charter Schools, funding, accountability, set up, etc.)
Page 224 the Secretary can make waivers for charter schools
Page 233 Charter schools must comply with all the requirements forIDEA, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, referring to section 504, rehabilitation of “related services.”
Page 250 focus on rural schools being funded to come up to speed with all the accountability measures
Page 353 scientifically valid research defined in HeadStart. (the “Pyramid Model”)
Page 354 SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL—The term ‘specialized instructional support personnel’ means school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists, and other qualified professional personnel involved in providing assessment, diagnosis, counseling, educational, therapeutic, and other necessary services (including related services as that term is defined in section 602 of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) as part of a comprehensive program to meet student needs.
Page 356 is school district can request waivers from the Secretary which will waive any statutory or regulatory requirements
Page 370 third-party corporations contractors direct or can assign responsibility
Page 372 the use of IES, Institute of Education Sciences (which is the NCES,) National Center of Education Statistics, can conduct evaluations for experimental designs
Page 374 the IES, Institute of Education Sciences, NCES, National Center for Education Statistics will carry out all evaluations for Title I. (Title I will identify EVERY CHILD. This is the authority to begin the psychometric census that NAEP wants.)
Page 379 all references to medical records will be changed to health records
(HIPAA will not apply to education records, FERPA will.)
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