Implementing No Child Left Behind in Three States
This research brief discusses California, Georgia, and Pennsylvania's implementation of the standards-based accountability systems required by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, presenting the views of teachers and administrators in these states.
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- Document Number: RB-9380-NSF
- Year: 2008
- Series: Research Briefs
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