DPI aims to halve achievement gap in 6 years under Every Students Succeeds Act compliance plan draft

The state is looking to cut the achievement gap in half within the next six years under a plan released today by the state's Department of Public Instruction, which acknowledges it's an "ambitious goal."
The plan, which lets local school districts decide how to improve in order to meet the goal, lays out how the state seeks to comply with the Every Students Succeeds Act. DPI released the plan today amid a lawsuit threat from a conservative group over how it was devised and a push from some Assembly Republicans to give the Legislature's education committees the power to review it before being s...

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