Officials at the U.S. Department of Education (ED) have released new guidance that further clarifies the roles of states and districts in implementing the supplemental educational services (SES) requirements under the No Child Left Behind Act. "This updated guidance provides important information for states, districts, and providers about their roles and responsibilities for implementing and participating in [SES]," said Education Secretary Margaret Spellings. "We hope it enables more families to access high-quality [SES] programs and helps schools across the country close the achievement gap." New information clarifies the steps that states and districts must take when a district is identified


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