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Sixth Circuit Holds That Ascertainability Not a Requirement in Rule 23(B)(2) Class Actions

On October 17, 2016, in a case of first impression, the Sixth Circuit held that ascertainability is not a requirement in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(b)(2) class actions.  358 more words

Administrative Feasibility

Student Privacy: What if it Were Your Child?

Fact: Every child is entitled to the same privacy rights. Your child. My child. Every child. 

Fact: The actions of parents do not impact a student’s right to privacy.  1,786 more words


Why my kids played hooky from school tests

“Comparison is the thief of joy,” America’s consummate individualist Teddy Roosevelt said. It’s a proverb I wish the Colorado Department of Education would embrace.

I’m told “comparability” is a buzzword at the CDE, something they insist is crucial in public education. 20 more words

ESSA Assessment Committee discusses transparency through opt-out forms for parents, testing calendar

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) Assessment Committee met Tuesday, September 27, at the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) office in Roseville to review two pieces: draft(s) of parent opt-out forms and testing calendars. 538 more words


New Jersey <3's PARCC

Garden State teachers and students returned to school this month to find that both the state board of education and department of education have declared undying love and devotion to the… 1,388 more words