Teaching has undergone fundamental changes in the four years since the enactment of the No Child Left Behind Act, according to a new national study.
The study , conducted by the Center for Education Policy, also finds that the landmark education law has led many school districts to narrow their curriculum offerings.
In response to NCLB's accountability requirements, says the CEP, schools have more closely aligned instruction with state academic standards and assessments, and both principals and teachers are making greater use of test data to...
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