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Details Product: No Child Left Behind (NCLB) is the single most influential piece of federal education legislation in American history, and Hess and Petrilli provide a concise yet comprehensive look at this important and controversial act. Signed into law in 2002, NCLB seeks to ensure that all American students are proficient in math, reading, and science by 2014. Trumping two centuries of state primacy in K-12 education, it set standards for measuring student performance, ensuring the quality of teachers, and providing options for students in ineffective schools. The authors trace the heritage of these new policies, explain how they work, and examine the challenges of their implementation.
Author: Frederick M. Hess
Language: English
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Epub Download No Child Left Behind Primer:

Second Printing Full Online


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No Child Left Behind (NCLB) is the single most influential piece of federal education

legislation in American history, and Hess and Petrilli provide a concise yet

comprehensive look at this important and controversial act. Signed into law in 2002,

NCLB seeks to ensure that all American students are proficient in math, reading, and

science by 2014. Trumping two centuries of state primacy in K-12 education, it set

standards for measuring student performance, ensuring the quality of teachers, and

providing options for students in ineffective schools. The authors trace the heritage of

these new policies, explain how they work, and examine the challenges of their

implementation.

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