Dollars without sense: The mismatch between the No Child Left Behind accountability system and title 1 funding
In Improving On No Child Left Behind: Getting Education Reform Back on Track, a new book from The Century Foundation edited by Senior Fellow Richard D. Kahlenberg, some of the nation’s most respected authorities on education reform examine three central defects of the act: the under-funding of NCLB; the flawed implementation of the standards, testing, and accountability provisions; and major difficulties with the provisions that are designed to allow students to transfer out of failing public schools. The authors detail what needs to be addressed in each of these areas, and propose ways to fix the problems.
Educational equalization; Educational evaluation; Education -- Finance; Educational change; Federal aid to education; Low-performing schools; No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
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Duncombe, W. D.,
Dollars without sense: The mismatch between the No Child Left Behind accountability system and title 1 funding.
In Improving on No Child Left Behind: Getting Education Reform Back on Track
The Century Foundation Press.