Identification Without Consequences

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While all states and the District of Columbia will rate schools based on "adequate yearly progress" for the 2003-04 school year, fewer plan to impose sanctions on both Title I and non-Title I schools that consistently fail to meet expectations for student performance.

Note: The District of Columbia is included in the analysis. Total state count=51.
SOURCE: Education Week annual state policy survey, 2003

Vol. 23, Issue 15, Page 18

Published in Print: December 10, 2003, as Identification Without Consequences
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