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When Equity Is Optional: How State Choices Affect School Ratings and Identification for Support ESSA

December 20, 2020

The nation's top educationleaders—across time and partisandivides—have called for all studentsto be able to access an excellenteducation regardless of where theylive. U.S. Secretary of EducationBetsy DeVos says she "believes thatneither the ZIP code in which a childlives nor a child's household incomeshould be the principal determinantof his or her opportunity to receivea world-class education." FormerSecretary of Education John King feelssimilarly, stating that "ensuring a qualityeducation for students regardless ofZIP code is critical."

Community Engagement; Early Childhood Education

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