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Ten Big Effects of the No Child Left Behind Act on Public Schools

Author(s): Jack Jennings, Diane Stark Rentner
Published: November 1, 2006

This article describes ten major effects of the No Child Left Behind Act based on CEP's four year study of the implementation of NCLB at the federal, state, and local levels. The article appeared in the October 2006 Phi Delta Kappan, a magazine of Phi Delta Kappa International.

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Article (PDF format, 59.0 KB) * Direct link: http://www.cep-dc.org/cfcontent_file.cfm?Attachment=JenningsStarkRentner%5FNCLB%2DTenBigEffects%5F110106%2Epdf

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