DoEd Seeks Stakeholder Feedback Regarding ESSA Guidance

US-DeptOfEducation-Seal_LargeSeparate from a previous request for comments on implementation of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the Education Dept. is seeking input on areas of the law that could provide non-regulatory guidance to assist states, districts and other grantees.

Public Comment Deadline: May 25

Non-regulatory guidance is not binding and does not impose any new requirements beyond those in the law and regulations;, it is intended to help the public understand the law. DoEd  is looking for thoughts, comments, and suggestions on areas or specific new requirements of the ESSA that would benefit from such guidance.

For example, ED seeks input on:

  • Ways to expand early learning;
  • Strategies to recruit, develop, and retain teachers and leaders (Title II);
  • Clarification of fiscal requirements;
  • Student support services (Title IV); and
  • Other areas where state and local agencies could benefit from additional guidance.

In addition, DoEd plans on developing guidance regarding students in foster care, homeless children and youth, and English Learners (Title III).

Info: ESSA.guidance@ed.gov

About Frank Klimko

Frank Klimko is a nationally known journalist, grants expert and speech writer/speaker. He has years of experience helping nonprofits devise lists of the right funding opportunities and secure funding from these foundations and corporate entities. Clients have focused on an array of areas including child care, homeless, hunger and K-12 education. Additionally, he is a Freedom of Information Act expert, who has helped numerous clients with securing proprietary information from the federal government. Currently, Frank Klimko writes the Children & Youth Funding Report and Private Grants Alert, which are Washington DC-based publications. CYF is a daily publication covering Congress, the Education Dept. and the various federal regulatory agencies. PGA, another daily publication, covers the world of private philanthropy.
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