no child left behind act

She also discussed how being a teacher has turned into a thankless job, and that teachers have become entirely demoralized
Imagine you’re settling in to enjoy an article on-line or in your favorite print newspaper and you come across this headline
Education Week published an abridged version of this piece as a letter to the editor on 7/18/2017. This is a response to
“Schools will never have enough resources in and of themselves to overcome the barriers of (student) poverty without working with community partners."
“I commend the hard work of Senator Alexander, Senator Murray, and their colleagues to get us this far,” U.S. Secretary of
After adopting legislation to sweep away NCLB's bad policy, the harder issue will be what should replace those provisions to bring about real, comprehensive improvement in American public schools? School improvement is necessary, but not for reasons commonly assumed.
"I'm never going away," Miller told The Huffington Post. "This runs way beyond my tenure in Congress. The caucuses have been
These supporters also say the proposal would make it easier to roll out the Common Core, a set of learning standards adopted
According to the reports, a few states are not using schools' shortcomings when determining their turnaround plans. But according
"Our students deserve more than a short-term fix," Kline said. "They deserve a better law." "Kline's bill is a major retreat
"I've been hearing ... for years now that the current system does not give them the ability to move money where they need
Democrats in the House of Representatives blasted a proposal from Republicans last month on legislation to renew the law
Daily, members of Congress orate on the need for American schools to improve. Yet yesterday, the legislation authorizing every major federal program to assist education has expired or will soon lapse due to the lack of action by Congress.
Standardized Testing: 'The Monster That Has Eroded' U.S. School Instruction
Yesterday, No Child Left Behind, the Bush-era big government education law, turned 11. We had a lot more to say about this on the tenth anniversary, but the 11th is worth noting for one simple reason: the law doesn't really exist anymore! At least, not as we knew it.
In 2010, President Obama released a blueprint for reauthorization of the law. When Congress missed a fall 2011 deadline to
When will Congress stop ignoring the education of the children of military families who have sacrificed so much since the war on terror began?
If it's true that Connerly opposed public-sector affirmative action merely as a way to line his own pockets, then he has to be considered the right's biggest embarrassment since Armstrong Williams.