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Note: Congress has reauthorized the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the statute formerly known as No Child Left Behind. The new statute, Every Student Succeeds Act, was signed into law by President Obama on December 10, 2015.


No Child Left Behind Information Directories will help you use No Child Left Behind. The Directories include information about schools and school districts, education statistics, state compliance, and sites that offer useful information and good publications.

NCLB Pubs from U. S. Department of Education l State Accountability Plans
Title I Recipients l Blue Ribbon Schools l Federal Resources l Useful Websites

NCLB Publications from U.S. Department of Education

No Child Left Behind - Desktop Reference

No Child Left Behind - A Parents Guide

A Toolkit for Teachers

Using Data to Influence Classroom Decisions

State Accountability Plans (all states)

No Child Left Behind State Accountability Plans

Title I Recipients

Title I Allocations to School Districts for all school districts in all states.

Title I Allocations to Schools for all schools in all states. To find out if a school receives Title I funds, type the school you are interested in. A box will pop up with information about the school. Click "More Information" at the top of the box. A new box will appear - the second section of the box indicates whether the school receives Title I funds.

Blue Ribbon Schools Program

The No Child Left Behind—Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private K-12 schools that are academically superior or demonstrate dramatic gains in student achievement. Awards

Federal Resources


Americans with Disabilities Act - U.S. Department of Justice

IDEA Practices - sponsored by U. S. Department of Education, Council on Exceptional Children, State Directors of Special Education.

National Center for Education Statistics

National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (formerly NICHY). The dissemination center is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP). It serves as a central source of information on:

  • IDEA, the nation's special education law
  • No Child Left Behind (as it relates to children with disabilities)
  • Research-based information on effective educational practices

Office of Civil Rights - U.S. Department of Education

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services - U.S. Department of Education

U.S. Department of Education - home page

NCLB Information or Complaints

Passport to Teaching Certification - national teacher certification program available online

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Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc.

Center for Law and Education

Children's Defense Fund Action Council

Council for Exceptional Children

Council of Chief State School Officers

Education Commission of the States

Education Trust

Family & Advocates Partnership for Education (FAPE)

Family Education Network



IDEA Practices

International Dyslexia Association

LD Online

Legal Information Center

National Association of School Psychologists

National Association of State Directors of Special Education

National Center for Law and Learning Disabilities

National Center for Learning Disabilities

National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education

National School Boards Association


U.S. Department of Education


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  • Full text of the No Child Left Behind Act
  • Analysis, Interpretation & Commentary
  • Advocacy Strategies, Tips & Sample Letters
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