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When NCLB Opponents Make You Wince

By Alexander Russo — February 07, 2007 1 min read
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Once in a while, Sherman Dorn and I agree about something, and this is one of those times. “There are plenty of ways I can criticize NCLB and its implementation,” writes Dorn in this post (Ugly arguments against NCLB), “but to whine that it drains resources for the gifted is one of the more disturbing arguments I’ve read (and today’s story by Joseph Berger isn’t the first time it’s appeared in the New York Times).”

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