Washington has become the first state in the country to lose its waiver for No Child Left Behind. This after the state voted down the use of student test scores as part of teacher evaluations. Schools will lose control of about $40 million. However, private tutoring companies could be positioned to reap the benefits.
With the waiver, those like the Tacoma School District opened preschools and hired instructional coaches. Money that will now to go mandatory tutoring.