Sales & Revenue Effectiveness

ESSA UPDATE: Are ESSA’s New Evidence Requirements a Hard Stop for You?

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It’s a big issue!  ESSA establishes a very high threshold defining what schools can now assert as “evidence” to support product purchases.  Anecdotal success stories are out. Soft research beefed up with marketing jargon won’t pass muster.  Strong alignment with rigorously performed theoretical work is now the minimum starting point and no longer the key to school funding.

So…how big of a problem is “Evidence” to you as ESSA takes full effect this fall?

Short of clear ESSA Rules & Regulations being available to soften the blow, the definition of “Evidence” as outlined in the Every Student Succeeds Act is the minimum standard that legislators, educators, and commercial partners must meet.

Here are a few obsolete “NCLB” data strategies that every vendor must rethink:

Steven RowleyESSA UPDATE: Are ESSA’s New Evidence Requirements a Hard Stop for You?
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ESSA UPDATE: Impact of Executive Orders On ESSA Roll-Out

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As the new administration settled into their seats in Washington DC, President Trump and Sec. DeVos made many announcements regarding shifting priorities for the Federal Department of Education.  Headlines have included significant changes to school choice, accountability, funding eligibility, the status of the Common Core, etc.

Whether you are a vendor or an educator, whether you favor the Trump/DeVos pronouncements or not, the real question you should be asking is: Can they do that? Can the White House and the DOE actually make all the changes they are announcing?

Steven RowleyESSA UPDATE: Impact of Executive Orders On ESSA Roll-Out
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