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AAP Priorities for ESEA Reauthorization AAP members strongly support the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).  AAP has six reauthorization priorities.  Read more

AAP and SIIA Support Voluntary Common Core State Standards for Education.  To read the AAP/SIIA joint statement of support, click here.

School Division Submits Comments on "Race to the Top" Fund more

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