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Education and Federalism Skeletal Outline

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Education and Federalism Skeletal Outline 1. Traditionally a state and local issue 2. School districts mostly independent 3. Changes in Johnson Adm. a. HEA of 1965 b. ESHEA; needs to be reauthorized every 2 years 4. 1970s a. FERPA b. EEOA of 1974 c. Dep. Of Education 1979 5. 1980s/1990s a. Few changes from Reagan admin thru Clinton a.i. Equal Access Act of 1984 a.ii. Clery Act of 1990 6. NCLB a. Testing requirement
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Unformatted text preview: b. Federal standard; no incentive for the top students. Mostly concerned with those on the bottom 7. Obama Admin. a. Race to the Top-Project grant under Obama admin. b. Student Aid and Fiscal Responsibility Act-2009 8. Educational Department a. Controversial at time b. School Improvement Grants 9. Nivola 2002 10. OECD 2005...
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