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Son Of NCLB

By Alexander Russo — March 28, 2007 1 min read

“CREDIT THE No Child Left Behind Act for this: It helped to reveal how little learning was going on in many classrooms, especially those with poor and minority students,” begins this LA Times editorial (Son of No Child Left Behind). “This is no small accomplishment. Still, the law has not yet achieved its key goals...Flaws in the law have held back real educational progress and unfairly placed blame on public-school teachers for everything but the weather.”

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