Yesterday’s On Point segment on the reauthorization of ESEA featured a discussion among Chester E. Finn, Jr. of Education Next and the Fordham Institute, Kati Haycock of Education Trust, and Lyndsey Layton of the Washington Post.

The House yesterday passed a bill that would decrease the federal role in education policy. The Senate is also considering a bill that would limit the federal role in K-12 education.

Mike Petrilli analyzes the compromises made in the Senate bill here.

Andy Smarick argues that conservatives should support greater accountability for federal education dollars here.

-Education Next

Last updated July 9, 2015