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Saturday, January 7, 2012

10 years later: Has No Child Left Behind improved education? Courtesy of ASCD

  • Great article!
    No Child Left Behind went into effect nearly 10 years ago, and among the most recent criticism is in a report released this week that described the federal education law as a "policy failure." Some observers say the law's focus on accountability is important, even if there is too much reliance on standardized testing to measure achievement. Laura Hamilton, senior behavioral scientist at RAND Corp., says stakeholders should discuss how they might "expand the measures tested." U.S. News & World Report/High School Notes blog (1/4) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story

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