Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

PTA Resources for Families on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

Overview of ESEA and ESSA

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ESSA Timeline SnippetClick to enlarge and view the full timeline of the ESEA Bill

With a new ESEA/ESSA, focus for advocacy now turns to effective implementation of the law to ensure every child has the ability to reach their full potential. While this new law provides a great opportunity for states to tailor their education systems to meet the needs of their students—including students with disabilities—this new level of authority will also require an increased amount of responsibility for states to ensure they close achievement gaps.

National PTA, our constituent associations, and advocates across the country will seek to support and empower all families to be active participants in the state and local implementation of ESSA to ensure equity and opportunity for all students.

The U.S. Department of Education is currently in the implementation phase of ESSA. The Department will provide guidance and clarification to states on how best to carry out the new law. You can get involved in the implementation process by signing up for emails from the Department of Education on ESSA implementation.

ESSA Resources

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Capitol Hill Icon The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) of 2015 (Full Text)
PTA Logo ESSA ESSA Webpages by State, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Overview of ESSA, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Title I Summary of ESSA, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Title II Summary of ESSA, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Title IV Summary of ESSA, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA ESSA: What Does This New Law Mean for my Child?, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Family Engagement in ESSA, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Statewide Family Engagement Centers One-Pager, National PTA
Department of Education Icon U.S. Department of Education ESSA Site
Department of Education Icon Title I, Part A assessments – Final Regulatory Language, U.S. Department of Education
Department of Education Icon Draft of accountability regulations for ESSA, U.S. Department of Education

ESSA Implementation Resources

PTA Logo ESSA Questions PTA Advocates Should Ask about the ESSA Implementation, National PTA
PTA Logo ESSA Stakeholder Engagement Provisions in ESSA, National PTA
ECS Logo Collaborative Stakeholder Engagement Special Report, Education Commission of the States
Letters to Policymakers Icon Guiding Principles on Stakeholder Engagement as Required in ESSA, Learning First Alliance
ESSA Website, Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)
Let’s Get This Conversation Started: Strategies, Tools, Examples and Resources to Help States Engage with Stakeholders to Develop and Implement their ESSA Plans
Department of Education Icon Guidance for Stakeholder Engagement in ESSA, U.S. Department of Education
Department of Education Icon FAQ on the Transition to ESSA, U.S. Department of Education