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Document Number: 4135

Leaving No School Behind: New Imperative for State Education MS Word - The passage of the No Child Left Behind Act will bring dramatic changes to many states’ accountability systems. According to this article, the most legislative attention has been focused on identifying and improving the performance of low-performing schools. In terms of compliance, earlier this year only 15 states met the assessment requirements, and just 12 states provided support to low-performing districts or schools. (Jane Armstrong, State Education Leader, Education Commission of the States, Fall 2002)...
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