Related Program: The Record Federal Loophole For No Child Left Behind Waiver By David Hyde & Hannah Burn • Jan 22, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email If the Washington state doesn’t comply with a mandate to use a state test for teacher evaluations, it may lose $44 million of federal education funding. Flickr Photo/Kathy Cassidy (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 6:37 David Hyde talks with Tacoma News Tribune columnist Peter Callaghan about Washington's No Child Left Behind waiver and why the state is at risk of losing it. Tags: No Child Left Behindschools and educationWashington State LegislaturegovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content State Supreme Court To Legislature: Quicken Pace For Education Funding By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Jan 16, 2014 Flickr Photo/Kelli Smith Listen Listening... / 5:27 Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle attorney Phil Talmadge about the State Supreme Court's ruling that state lawmakers are not on track to fully fund basic education by 2018. Talmadge is a former state supreme court justice and former state senator. New Bill Would Examine Student Privacy In Washington State By Ann Dornfeld • Jan 16, 2014 Listen Listening... / 1:52 A bill introduced in the state Legislature this week calls for a study into how much student data is being released without families’ knowledge or consent. Muslim-American Communities Lobby For Equal Financial Aid By editor • Jan 21, 2014 Immigrant rights groups are trying to convince Washington state Senators to make undocumented students eligible for financial aid. Parents Pack Meetings With Charter School Hopefuls By Ann Dornfeld • Jan 21, 2014 Ann Dornfeld / KUOW Listen Listening... / 1:52 The Washington State Charter School Commission is wrapping up three weeks of public hearings for 19 proposed schools.