Sixth-grade students at Ballou Junior High in Puyallup work on classroom assignments during math studies in this photo from October 2015. Washington is now finishing its plan to comply with a new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act, which replaced the widely criticized school accountability law No Child Left Behind.
Sixth-grade students at Ballou Junior High in Puyallup work on classroom assignments during math studies in this photo from October 2015. Washington is now finishing its plan to comply with a new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act, which replaced the widely criticized school accountability law No Child Left Behind. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015
Sixth-grade students at Ballou Junior High in Puyallup work on classroom assignments during math studies in this photo from October 2015. Washington is now finishing its plan to comply with a new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act, which replaced the widely criticized school accountability law No Child Left Behind. LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015

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November 25, 2016 5:30 PM

State’s plan to replace No Child Left Behind sets ‘very ambitious’ goals for schools and students

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