Renewing the Law
Federal Advocates Say NCLB’s ‘Comparability’ Provision is in Need of Fine-Tuning
Advocates for poor and minority children are lobbying for lawmakers to change the ways school districts allocate $13.9 billion in Title I money among the schools in their systems.
Federal Debate Emerges Over Proposed NCLB Rules on Tutoring, Choice
If the Bush administration has its way, school districts will be required to take a series of actions to ensure that parents and students know about their rights to free tutoring and school choice under the No Child Left Behind Act.
Federal Usually Contentious Title I Formula Is No NCLB Barrier
For all of this year’s debate about the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act, virtually no one has brought up the question of how best to give out billions of dollars a year under the law.