State Views on No Child Left Behind Act

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Most states appear to have faith that the No Child Left Behind Act will improve student learning, a new report suggests. Below are responses from officials in 47 states to the question: "To what extent do you believe that, over time, the NCLB accountability requirements will result in increased student achievement?"

SOURCE: Center on Education Policy

Vol. 23, Issue 21, Page 6

Published in Print: February 4, 2004, as State Views on No Child Left Behind Act
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