The challenge of meeting
ever-changing education standards
Studying education policy is diving into a complicated web of jargon, federal and state-specific mandates, local minutiae, and pages of rules and regulations, often designed with little input from classroom educators and experts. Policy directives and goals can shift quickly, as new legislators are elected or leaders appointed. As new laws trickle down to states and districts, classroom teachers and building leaders are forced to make swift changes to meet federal guidelines, follow state standards, and achieve district goals. It’s no wonder the only thing constant for most educators is change.
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