The President announced that he would shortly send to the Congress the "Educational Excellence for All Children Act of 1999," his proposal to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA). This legislation reaffirms the critical role of the Federal Government in working with schools, school districts, and States to promote educational excellence for all children. Every child, parent, grandparent, and taxpayer deserves high quality public schools in their communities.
More specifically, the proposal would build on the 1994 ESEA reauthorization, which established the core principle that disadvantaged children should achieve to the same challenging academic standards as their more fortunate peers, by helping States, districts, schools, and teachers use these standards to guide classroom instruction and assessment for all students.
U.S. Department of Education, "Educational Excellence for All Children Act of 1999" (1999). Service Learning, General. 45.
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