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Leaving No Child Behind?: Options for Kids in Failing Schools

Book Description
NCLB is the signal domestic policy initiative of the Bush administration and the most ambitious piece of federal education legislation in at least thirty-five years. Mandating a testing regime to force schools to continually improve student performance, it uses school choice and additional learning resources as sticks and carrots intended to improve low-performing schools and districts. The focus ... More
Book Information
PublisherPalgrave MacMillan Ltd
BindingKindle Edition (2 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages320
Publication Date10/01/2004
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About Chester E. Finn (Editor) : Chester E. Finn is a published editor. Published credits of Chester E. Finn include Leaving No Child Behind?: Options for Kids in Failing Schools and Leaving No Child Behind?: Options for Kids in Fail... more
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About Frederick M. Hess (Editor) : Frederick M. Hess is a published author and an editor. Published credits of Frederick M. Hess include The predictable, but unpredictably personal, politics of teacher licensure. : An article from: Jou... more
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