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Every Student Succeeds Act is a law in the U.S passed and signed by the Obama Administration in December 2015. It replaces the No Child Left Behind Act modifying it and creating a better learning environment for the American child. It functions as a reauthorization of the Basic and Secondary Education Act of 1965 that calls for the federal government to partake in public learning.
ESSA points out the issues that help to ensure that students and schools are successful. It provides equity in an advanced way by offering critical protection for the disadvantaged Americans and students with special needs. The Act requires all American students to learn high-quality academics hence preparing them to succeed in college and their future careers. It guarantees provision of important information to families, educators, communities, and students via yearly state-wide assessments that gauge learners' progress towards the high standards. ESSA helps in supporting and developing local improvements. It is done through offering the evidence-based interventions invented by educators and local leaders issues that are consistent with modern innovation, investments, and economic development. The act expands and sustains the administration of historic investment through increasing chances of students to access high-quality education .
ESSA sustains annual standardized testing where students continue to take yearly tests from third grade to eighth grade. Each state ought to present its standards and objectives as well as the way they organize to reach the goals of the National Department of Education.
ESSA counts among the most beneficial policies to the American child. However, in its content, the policy points out the necessity of challenging English and mathematical standards in the performance of every student. It is an area that interests me since the students do not perform equally in all subjects. It is better to allow students to focus on the areas that interest them more rather than making them take the specific subjects to measure their performance . Another area that interests me is that the Act prohibits the U.S Department of Education from mandating states to adopt a specific set of standards. The content gives room for some states to be reluctant - a factor that can lead to poor performance.
In conclusion, ESSA is an important policy that helps to see the success of the American child. It emphasizes on a keen follow up of previous education policies and supports innovation and creativity. A keen monitoring of the policy will help America have a great future.

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