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Archive for the ‘NCLB’

A Couple NCLB Articles Out…

May 05, 2009 By: richard.ginn Category: NCLB, No Child Left Behind, Uncategorized

Margaret Spellings who was the last Secretary of Education writes a piece for the Washington Post on increasing NAEP scores as a reason why we need to continue with the NCLB.

The AP reports on Education Secretary Arne Duncan and the president preparing for an overhaul of the NCLB Bill.

The Education Week Reports On States…

March 31, 2009 By: richard.ginn Category: NCLB, No Child Left Behind, Uncategorized

that could wind up using a 5-year graduation rate under the No Child Left Behind Rules and not get punished for it.

The Pioneer Press Reports….

January 09, 2009 By: richard.ginn Category: NCLB, No Child Left Behind, Uncategorized

that Minnesota is now going to join a bunch of other states in using a growth model for student achievement.

Montgomery County Schools Article…

November 27, 2008 By: richard.ginn Category: NCLB, No Child Left Behind, Uncategorized

The Washington Post reports on more Montgomery County schools meeting NCLB goals.

Under New NCLB Rules….

October 28, 2008 By: richard.ginn Category: NCLB, No Child Left Behind, Uncategorized

schools and states will now have to track and lift the graduation rates for all students.

Stephen Knolls School Article….

October 15, 2008 By: richard.ginn Category: NCLB, No Child Left Behind, Uncategorized

The Washington Post reports on this school that serves special education kids. The school missed AYP goals in 2006, then they fixed that problem only to be sanctioned for poor attendance.