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Initial findings on how 15 diverse school districts are initially implementing the No Child Left Behind Act.
This article from the Chattanooga Times Free Press advocates testing and accountability should just be part of an overall strategy for educational reform.
Results and findings from second year of state high school exit exams mandated by the No Child Left Behind Act.
Summary of a Panel Discussion. This is the summary of a panel discussion covering major research dealing with the effects of exit exams on dropout rates and indications for future studies.
The report summarizes the results of a 2002 study on special education programs in Chicago, Cleveland, and Milwaukee in relation to the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Using Indiana as the case study researchers examined the costs of instituting statewide exit exams.
Findings from review of first year of implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act at state and federal levels. This also includes the 15-District case study "Implementing the No Child Left Behind Act: A First Look Inside 15 School Districts in 2002-03" which are initial findings on how 15 diverse school districts are initially implementing the No Child Left Behind Act.