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Document Number: 7488

No Child Left Behind Act: Education Actions May Help Improve Implementation and Evaluation of Supplemental Educational Services - Only 20% of eligible students take advantage of supplemental services (SES) offered under No Child Left Behind. This report discusses early implementation of SES, including how (1) participation changed in recent years; (2) providers work with districts to deliver services; (3) states monitor and evaluate SES; and (4) the U.S. Department of Education monitors and supports SES implementation. (Government Accountability Office, April 2007) ...


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