Ed Policy Forum

ETIN follows and researches the latest in national, federal and state education policies and initiatives. The Ed Policy Forum provides SIIA's ETIN members with summaries and analyses of key education policies and initiatives impacting the K-20 marketplace. 

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Federal laws, regulations, funding streams and national policy trends across states shaping the K-20 market.
Current state government policies, programs, regulations and funding streams impacting the K-20 market.
 

Latest Resources


  • ESSA, Title I Summary & Analysis
    This report analyzes major changes in Title I from NCLB to ESSA and highlights potential areas of opportunities for education technology providers.

  • 2016 State Student Data Privacy & Security Laws
    This comprehensive report of 2016 student data privacy laws provides critical information for education service providers working with state and local education agencies.

  • Instructional Materials Toolkit
    A collection of guides and checklists for educators and administrators to use when selecting instructional materials. A helpful resource as well for policymakers in dispelling misconceptions and mistruths about open educational resources and digital content.

  • ESSA Title II - Professional Development
    This webinar archive highlights the important changes from NCLB to ESSA made under Title II - Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High-Quality Teachers, Principals, or Other School Leaders.

  • 2016 Student Privacy Summary & Analysis Connecticut
    This summary & analysis provides critical information on Connecticut's 2016 student privacy law for education service providers working with state and local education agencies in the state.
     
  • 2016 Student Privacy Summary & Analysis Utah
    This summary & analysis provides critical information on Utah's 2016 student privacy law for education service providers working with state and local education agencies in the state.

  • Michigan Profile of K-20 Education
    An in-depth report on Michigan state government funding, regulations and programs impacting the K-20 market. This is a follow-up to the webinar Around the Nation: Doing Business in Michigan Schools.
 

Top Resources

  • ESSA, Title I Summary & Analysis
    This report analyzes major changes in Title I from NCLB to ESSA and highlights potential areas of opportunities for education technology providers.

  • State Student Data Privacy Laws Report
    Comprehensive reports on state student data privacy and security laws providing critical summary and analysis to guide education service providers as they engage with state and local education agencies.

  • Federal Privacy Law Resources
    Summary and analysis of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

  • State Policy Profiles
    In-depth reports on state government funding, regulations and programs impacting the K-20 markets in the nation's largest states. These reports are part of SIIA's ongoing follow-up to our Around the Nation webinar series.
    Texas (Mar. 2015)   New York (Apr. 2015)    California (May 2015) 
    Florida (Jul. 2015)  Ohio (Nov. 2015)   Pennsylvania (Nov. 2015)
    Illinois (Jan. 2016)  North Carolina (Mar. 2016)   Georgia (May 2016)
    Michigan (June 2016)     
Every Student Succeeds Act Fact Sheet UPDATED 1/12/16
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) overalls No Child Left Behind- the 2001 authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). ESSA marks a major change in federal policy by significantly reducing the federal role in education. This fact sheet highlights key provisions from the bill.

  • International Market Reports (NEW)
    Short papers on emerging markets for education technology service providers, including K-12 and higher education. These reports are part of SIIA's work in international public policy.
    India (May 2016)