The Department of Education announced Monday that they will be issuing waivers to states to avoid No Child Left Behind’s onerous provisions. But if states accept the waivers, they’ll be getting some temporary relief from federal regulations while ceding more control to Washington. In exchange for temporary relief, they’ll be required to implement the administration’s preferred education reforms, including national standards and tests – an unprecedented federal overreach. Click here to join the chat! We are joined by Education Policy Expert Lindsey Burke. She is taking your questions about the implications of the education waivers.