Click here to read the letter from EdVoice to the State Board of Education opposing the definition of "ineffective teacher" in the revised ESSA plan.

Click here to read the letter from EdVoice to the State Board of Education about concern over the revised ESSA plan.

Click here to read the letter from EdVoice to the State Board of Education regarding concern over the current ESSA plan. 

Click here to read the letter from EdVoice to the Senate Education Committee to oppose AB 1164 and give teachers more time and support. 

Click here to read the letter from EdVoice and other organizations to the Senate Education Committee to oppose AB 1164.

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education about why the State Board of Education must include high school academic indicators for effective K-12 school accountability.

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education urging the Board to recognize that all previous versions of the ESSA state plans to ensure equitable access to effective, qualified teachers have been completely inadequate.

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education about the concern over the Superintendent's recommendation on the academic indicator for California's accountability system.

Click here to read the letter from EdVoice and other organizations to the United State's Department of Education supporting the direction of the proposed regulations on the supplement not supplant provisions of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education about concerns regarding the accountability system revision and its effect on English learners. 

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education addressing the issues with the Local Control and Accounability Plan Template. 

Click here to read the letter from EdVoice and more than a dozen other California organizations supporting the latest proposed ESSA regulations and their focus on equity and the needs of students. 

Click here to read our press release which applauds parents and community groups who fought to expose LAUSD’s illegal accounting and spending of targeted LCFF money.

Click here to read our press release commending the United States Department of Education's continued focus on Academic Outcomes and Closing the Achievement Gap in the latest proposed ESSA Regulations.

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education in regards to their attempts at developing an accountability system. 

Click here to read our letter to the United State's Department of Education on Implementing Programs under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). 

Click here to read the letter to the SBE regarding the department, and its consultants’ recommendation for the state to ignore actual academic achievement results of millions of students in 12 out of 14 grade levels in reading and math from mandatory state tests.

Click here to read the letter to the SBE calling out the lack of attention to purposeful measures  of academic achievement in draft evaluation rubrics for the November, 2015 meeting.

Click here to read the letter to the SBE calling out the lack of attention to actual student progress and academic achievement gaps in the September, 2015 meeting. 

Click here to read the letter to the SBE on LCFF Regulations January 16, 2014 meeting. 

Click here to read the letter to the SBE on LCFF Regulations for the November 7, 2013 meeting. 

Click here to read our letter to the State Board of Education about addressing the issues with the Local Control and Accounability Plan Template.