Unpacking the Current Administration's View of ESSA

John Musso with Jason Botel

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Many of us are still trying to understand the implications of ESSA and how the law will be interpreted and implemented under the current administration. Join us as we check in with the Acting Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education at the US Department of Education.

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