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Marion Herbert's picture

Obama Education Reforms Advance as Congress Falters

President Barack Obama's administration is moving ahead in reforming U.S. education without the help of the Congress, and will soon announce which states can opt out of the national education law known as "No Child Left Behind."

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Judy Hartnett's picture

Obama Education Reforms Advance as Congress Falters

President Barack Obama's administration is moving ahead in reforming U.S. education without the help of the Congress, and will soon announce which states can opt out of the national education law known as "No Child Left Behind."

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Courtney Williams's picture

Perspectives on No Child Left Behind, 10 Years After Its Signing

For all its admirable intentions and the measurable gains it has produced, a decade after George W. Bush’s signature education overhaul became law, the consensus among policymakers and educators is grim: The good that’s come of No Child Left Behind no longer outweighs the bad.

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Judy Hartnett's picture

Las Cruces Public Schools Get a "D" from the Public Education Department

Nearly 90% of New Mexico schools failed last year to make adequate progress according to the No Child Left Behind Act.

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ANGELA PASCOPELLA's picture

Education Law's Promise Falls Short After 10 Years

The No Child Left Behind education law was cast as a symbol of possibility, offering the promise of improved schools for the nation’s poor and minority children and better prepared students in a competitive world.

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ANGELA PASCOPELLA's picture

School Beat: The View of 2012 for San Francisco Public Schools

2012 has the potential to bring relatively big changes to San Francisco’s public schools, due in most part to a November ballot that will be full of interesting and significant choices.

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ANGELA PASCOPELLA's picture

Obama Overstated Failing Schools Under U.S. Law, Study Finds

Almost half of U.S. public schools are labeled failing under the federal No Child Left Behind law, compared with the 80 percent estimate President Barack Obama’s administration cited as a rationale for changing its mandates, a study found.

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Judy Hartnett's picture

Training on Track, Communication Lacks, Nashville Schools Told

A national panel of education experts is lauding Metro school leaders for creating a cooperative culture, effectively training principals and using data to make decisions.

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Montana Won't Seek Waiver from Federal Education Rules

The state of Montana is not going to seek a waiver from parts of the federal No Child Left Behind Act.

Marion Herbert's picture

No Child Left Behind Waivers Require Big Changes Fast

When New Jersey applied to the federal government for a waiver from the No Child Left Behind law, Gov. Chris Christie used the opportunity to tout elements of his education reform agenda that had been languishing in the state legislature for months.

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