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Document Number: 7873

Call to Restructure Restructuring: Lessons From the No Child Left Behind Act in Five States - This study synthesizes findings from research on NCLB restructuring in five states with relatively large numbers of schools in restructuring. These states were chosen because they had well-established accountability systems that allowed them to identify schools for restructuring earlier than many other states. In addition, these states represent a variety of geographic areas. They also conducted in-depth case studies of 19 districts with schools in restructuring in these states and 42 schools within these districts. The research looked at restructuring at the state level through school year 2007-08. The analysis yielded several key findings about NCLB restructuring at the national, state and local levels. (Caitlin Scott, Center on Education Policy, 2008)...


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