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Coverage Of NCLB Study

By Alexander Russo — June 06, 2007 1 min read

Reading, math scores up since NCLB, report says AP
Students are doing better on state reading and math tests since the No Child Left Behind Act was enacted five years ago.

New Study Finds Gains Since No Child Left Behind NYT
The study cautioned that it was difficult to determine if the gains occurred because of the bill that President Bush signed into law in 2002.

Study: NCLB reform seems to be working USA Today
As Congress prepares to reauthorize the 5-year-old No Child Left Behind education reform law this year, a provocative new study shows that students seem to be improving in both math and reading — two key goals.

Scores Rise Since ‘No Child’ Signed Washington Post
The nation’s students have performed significantly better on state reading and math tests since President Bush signed his landmark education initiative into law five years ago, according to a major independent study released yesterday.

Student test scores up since 2002 Los Angeles Times
But the improvements aren’t necessarily due to the No Child Left Behind Act, researchers say. Student achievement nationwide has increased since the enactment of the No Child Left Behind Act in 2002, but that federal law is not necessarily the reason, according to researchers who looked at results from 50 states.

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