Elementary and Secondary Education Act Of 1965

  • Journal Article

    The Same High Standards for Migrant Students: Holding Title I Schools Accountable

    Examines how the federal Migrant Education Program (MEP) is helping migrant students succeed in school and meet academically challenging standards, and whether states and districts are including migrant students in standards-based reforms.

    Jan 1, 2002

  • Journal Article

    Elementary and Secondary Education Act.: Recent Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Schools

    There is a general lack of information on schools identified for improvement on a national basis. Using data from a large, nationally-representative study of Title I schools, this evaluation brief provides information regarding schools identified as in need of improvement under Title I.

    Jan 1, 2001

  • Content

    Scott Naftel

    Senior Quantitative Analyst
    Education M.A. in public administration, University of Alabama; B.A. in political science, University of Alabama

  • Periodical

    A Better Deal: Education

    The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has had positive and negative effects that ought to be considered during the reauthorization debate when the U.S. Congress reconvenes.

  • Periodical

    Passing or Failing?

    Part 1 of 3: In the Fall 2007 cover story, a team of RAND researchers who have analyzed the effects of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 at nearly every level of the education system issue a set of mixed grades, early warnings, and general guidelines that can help the law fulfill its promise.