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‘No Child’ assessments could result in many public schools being unfairly labeled as ‘failures’ (access required)

At a recent district meeting a parent asked, “How has the No Child Left Behind Law affected students, staff, and schools”≠ The question prompted me to take stock of the federal legislation’s consequences as we approach reauthorization next year. I am hopeful that there will be considerable public discourse and debate on a few key issues. ...

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