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Report, Highlights and Meeting Summary on the 2002 CEP conference on virtual schools and the impact of online education in the public education sector.
Issue 2: What Tests Can and Cannot Tell Us - A brief overview of the pluses and minuses of standardized testing.
This offers a brief overview of the provisions in the No Child Left Behind Act.
This article reprinted from the "American School Board Journal" describes the immediate and long term impact of the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act.
This report is the first in an annual series of reports on exit exams as part of the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act.
Issue 1: Teaching to the Test: The Good, the Bad, and Who Is Responsible - A brief review of what constitutes good and bad practices in "teaching to the test."
Stricter Federal Demands: Bigger State Role - This article, which appeared in "The State Education Standard," a quarterly publication of the national Association of State Boards of Education, indicates the changing roles for states and local school districts under the No Child Left Behind Act.
The Next Phase of Education Reform - A summary of the recommendations by Maryland to implement the No Child Left Behind Act and the implications for other states.
A brief overview of questions that should be asked for each change impacting the US system of education
The Good News and the Work Ahead - This review covers the advancements in special education programs at the national level over the past 25 years and the challenges ahead.
A compilation of three experts' opinions on what should or should not be changed in the reauthorization of the Children with Disabilities Education Act.
This column from the Wallace Readers Digest Funds, "Leaders Count Report," indicates the key points of the No Child Left Behind Act and its impact on educational and community leaders.