Posted on January 19, 2016
By Erin McIntyre
With the new Every Student Succeeds Act returning power over oversight and accountability measures back to states, it’s no surprise that some are looking to places like California, which has also been noted for its success with rolling out Common Core, for models. ESSA now requires the incorporation of at least one indicator that isn’t academic, and the CORE model showcases several that could be used. API rankings are also going the way of the typewriter in the state — a move teacher unions seem to support.