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"ESSA Guide for Advocates"

A resource from The Leadership Conference Education Fund
Dec 08, 2016

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 (cange@civilrights.org). 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


   
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