Latest No Child Left Behind Act Stories
By Bryan Marshall, Richmond Register, Ky. Aug. 6--Only five local schools did not meet all of their federal target goals in the 2007-08 No Child Left Behind data released Tuesday by the Kentucky Department of Education.
By Jana Hollingsworth, Duluth News-Tribune, Minn. Aug. 6--Despite not making adequate yearly progress for the third year in a row, the Duluth School District says progress has been made.
By William Roller, The Sun, Yuma, Ariz. Aug. 6--The Arizona Department of Education disclosed the scores of the state's Arizona Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) but assessment of how much progress was made must wait for detailed analysis, experts say.
By Tanner Kent, The Free Press, Mankato, Minn. Aug. 6--progress.
By Tanner Kent, The Free Press, Mankato, Minn. Aug. 6--For several years now, area educators and admin-istrators have been warning that eventually all schools will be on the list of those not making adequate yearly progress. And the numbers, slowly but gradually, are proving them right.
By Berny Morson Democrats seeking Colorado's 2nd Congressional District seat would sharply restructure the No Child Left Behind Act. All three Aug.
By Jim Cook, Dothan Eagle, Ala. Aug. 6--Wicksburg High School has the highest graduation rate of any Houston County School, but recently released reports say Wicksburg High didn't meet federal No Child Left Behind act goals while county schools with lower graduation rates did.
By Dan Hardy and Dylan Purcell, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug.
By Raviya H. Ismail, The Lexington Herald-Leader, Ky. Aug. 6--Fayette County's five high schools and most of those in surrounding counties failed to meet federal No Child Left Behind goals, according to data released Tuesday.
By Raviya H. Ismail, The Lexington Herald-Leader, Ky. Aug. 5--Nearly three-fourths of Fayette County public schools met their federal No Child Left Behind goals, but none of the district's five high schools -- including Bryan Station High, which failed for the sixth year in a row -- met targets.
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