Charts: Incentives for Excellence

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The No Child Left Behind Act requires states to penalize Title I schools that consistently fail to make “adequate yearly progress.” Far fewer states have rewards and sanctions for all their public schools, and fewer still apply Title I sanctions, such as transfers.

Accountability Measures
Types of sanctions

Vol. 24, Issue 15, Page S3

Published in Print: December 8, 2004, as Chart: Incentives for Excellence
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After the report "Taking Root" went to press, new information became available. The online version of this report has been updated with the new information.

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