ESSA state plans are your best resource for understanding how ESSA will be implemented in your state. Our Sept 15 webinar featured discussion of plans that have already been accepted as an example of where to look in your state: Watch the recording here
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School-to-home communication is crucial when it comes to achieving successful student outcomes, but when communicating with parents, the message must be accurate, compliant with federal laws and civil rights requirements, and written in a language parents can understand.
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"We were recently monitored by our State Department of Education in our Federal Programs Department. When asked about how we complied with NCLB requirements concerning parent notifications, we were able to say all schools had access to TransACT."
"All of our forms were in order and easy to provide. Each building in our district knew exactly which forms needed to be sent and when. Having the forms easily accessible and a cinch to complete made all of our compliance uniform and well-documented."
"TransACT enabled us to have the required documents available in a professional form to support our efforts. We received good comments on our programs."
"With TransACT, we are in compliance with federal law regarding notices to parents in respect to NCLB."