Index: Education Data
Studies Regarding the No Child Left Behind Act
03/24/05: Center on Education Policy's 3rd Annual Report
School Officials Say Student Achievement is Improving, But That They Lack The Capacity To Reach All Schools in Need of Support Under No Child Left Behind
States, Districts Say Achievement Gaps are Closing But That Accountability Rules for Disabled Students & English Language Learners Should Be "Changed or Eliminated"
WASHINGTON March 23, 2005 A majority of state and district education officials say that student achievement on state tests is improving, but that they lack the capacity to reach all of the schools in need of improvement under the No Child Left Behind Act, according to a report from the Washington, D.C.-based Center on Education Policy tracking federal, state and local implementation of the law.
The report the most comprehensive national study on the impact of NCLB to date is based on an extensive body of original research and analysis, including a survey of education officials in 49 states, a survey of 314 nationally representative school districts, and in-depth case studies in 36 districts. [more]
Report on the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, Year 3 PDF: 1542KB
NCLB Case Studies PDF: 1541KBPDF: 61KB | MS Word: 111KB
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