Learning from No Child Left Behind: How and Why the Nation's Most Important but Controversial Education Law Should Be Renewed
Pub Date: April 14, 2009
Product Format: Paper
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What have we learned from No Child Left Behindand how can we improve it?
John E. Chubb, writing on behalf of the Koret Task Force on K12 Education, presents a convincing case that, despite the controversy it has ignited, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law is making a positive difference and should be renewed. He outlines ten specific lessons and recommendations that identify the strengths and weaknesses of NCLB and offers suggestions for improving the law, building on its current foundation. Chubb tells how to strengthen that foundation by
John E. Chubb is a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, a member of the Koret Task Force on K12 Education, and chief development officer of Edison Learning, which he helped found in 1992. He has authored numerous studies of student achievement and education reform, including Liberating Learning in 2009.
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