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Can Garrison Keillor Help Us Find Middle Ground on NCLB?

I oppose NCLB’s reliance on standardized testing as the barometer to measure what is successful and what’s not.  But I enjoyed reading what the editors of the Montgomery Advertiser are thinking and it may signal where the middle ground might be on NCLB. They assert that … Continue reading

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How No Child Left Behind May Force State’s Rights Battle and Give Pause to Republicans

With news today that Tennessee is considering seeking a No Child Left Behind waiver, word comes that the US Department of Education will seek to “enforce”  the law if it is not restructured by the current congress. A number of states … Continue reading

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