Guest post on The EdFly Blog: “Chiefs for Change States Continue to Reform Education for All Students”

Jan 07
2013

As we start the new year, we can’t help but think of the accomplishments of the past 12 months. 2012 was an active year for education reform. A number of measures gained traction as states joined the discussion for the very first time resulting from education headlines that included the parent-trigger dispute in California that ensued as parents attempted to put the law into practice and the teacher’s strike in Chicago. Though challenging at times, several states passed legislation to introduce measures aimed at strengthening parental involvement in their children’s education, increasing student performance and improving the teaching profession.

Chiefs for Change states, in particular, not only introduced new reforms but also pushed the envelope by advancing or streamlining existing reforms in their respective states.

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