State Superintendent Says Plan Aims at Reaching All Students in Need
State officials in Washington are proposing a plan they say will help every child succeed.
State Superintendent Chris Reykdal visited Marie Curie STEM Elementary School in Pasco to announce the submission of the state’s plan to meet the requirements set out in the federal Every Student Succeeds Act.
The law, which replaces the No Child Left Behind Act, requires each state to develop a plan showing how they will spend federal dollars. The Department of Education has 120 days to comment on the plan before making a decision about it.
“Our plan creates a more efficient state system,” Reykdal said. “Districts will have more flexibility in using funds than they ever have.”