Earlier this week, The Leadership Conference Education Fund launched its "ESSA Guide for Advocates".
This new and important resource will help provide you with the necessary tools to be a strong advocate for equity in the implementation of ESSA at the state level.
Here are two ways to access this new ESSA Guide:
• Online: www.civilrights.org/essa
• By mail (at least 10 copies): Email Paul Cange (email@example.com). Please include your name, mailing address, number of copies being requested, and a brief description of how and where you plan to use the guide.
Other ESSA materials include:
• Sample letters-to-the-editor and request for meeting documents that you can personalize.
• An ESSA checklist and fact sheets can be found here: http://www.civilrights.org/education/essa/
• For state-by-state information regarding stakeholder engagement in ESSA implementation, the National Down Syndrome Congress has created a useful tracking document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eKUcLDdsZwSwVbOsm_0C5YEsNapZB_oWBoQqnGhHMkA/edit?usp=sharing
For further information, The Leadership Conference Education Fund can be contacted at (202) 466-3434