Latest No Child Left Behind Act Stories
By RHONDA BODFIELD After No Child Left Behind got its wheels in 2002, Arizona had a choice: Hurt now or hurt later. It chose later. And it was in good company.
By Overbaugh, Richard Lu, Ruiling Abstract In response to the need to train teachers to effectively integrate technology into elementary and secondary education, a teacher professional development program funded by a federal grant provided a selection of instructional technology integration courses to K-12 teachers.
Washington-area students from poor families show improved reading and math scores under the No Child Left Behind law, a newspaper analysis indicated Thursday. This suggests the controversial standards-based education reform for U.S.
By Elizabeth Stuart Deseret News PROVO -- School's been out for two hours, but Provo's Sunset View Elementary is still buzzing with activity. In one room, kindergartners are making caterpillars out of construction paper. In another, second-graders are practicing their reading skills.
By Amy K. Stewart Deseret News While educators don't enjoy having their school on the "improvement list" for the federal mandate No Child Left Behind, they say it is helping them to do better.
By Misco, Thomas Abstract: In this article, the author explores the challenges and promises of value-added assessment.
By Kerry Lester klester@@dailyherald.com The Elgin Area School District U-46 board approved restructuring plans for six of its schools Monday night.
AbleNet announced the release of the new 'Weekly Reader AbleNet Editions' which is the only product that meets the specific educational requirements of each state and offers students content specific to their disability level.
By Amy K. Stewart Deseret News Utah's schoolchildren are continuing to struggle to meet the requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind mandate, according to the latest testing results released Monday.
By Jay Ambrose Scripps Howard News Service Guess what? Because of the much-maligned No Child Left Behind law, fewer children are being left behind in America's public schools, and you can thank the even more maligned president of the United States for that. George W.
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