The Senate is considering a bill to rewrite the Education and Secondary Education Act. While we support these efforts, the bill in its current form falls short in a crucial area: accountability. Robust accountability must be included in a final rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act if we are to live up to the collective promise of ensuring quality education for all kids. Read the letter the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda sent to Congress, which we signed.
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