New York is about to release a new list of struggling schools. Here’s what you should know.
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State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia at Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical Education High School.
New York officials are gearing up to announce which schools are low-performing enough to need intervention from the state — the first time schools will be identified under a sweeping new accountability system.
Under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act, signed in 2015 by President Barack Obama, states got more leeway to figure out which schools are underperforming and how to support those that don’t measure up and even have some say in what metrics should go into that determination.