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Document Number: 8781

What Can We Learn from the Implementation of No Child Left Behind? - While NCLB has generally succeeded in its intent, the flexibility it provides has led to a fragmented accountability system, results in different expectations for students and teachers and some unintended behaviors. District and school improvement activities have occurred, but progress to date suggests that the goal of 100 percent proficiency in reading and math by 2014 is unattainable. Parents have not responded in great numbers either to school choice or to receiving supplemental educational services options. (Rand, 2010)...


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