No Child Left Behind: What Will it Take?
By Mark D. Reckase , Billie J. Orr , Matthew Gandal , Lisa Graham Keegan / February 1, 2002
Filed under: NCLB
Just one month after President Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act into law, a provocative set of expert papers commissioned by the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation explores the legislation's key features: its testing and accountability provisions. The papers identify the questions left unresolved by Congress and the many hurdles facing the U.S. Education Department and states, districts, and schools as they try to make this ambitious law a reality. The papers also offer suggestions for clearing those hurdles.