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Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind will help you find answers to your questions in the No Child Left Behind statute, regulations, and publications from the U. S. Department of Education.
What does the law say about reading? What are the essential components of a reading program? What is scientifically based reading research?
What does the law say about annual proficiency tests? Who must be tested? In what subjects? Whose scores must be reported? What does the law say about accommodations? Who is exempt from annual proficiency tests? Are the tests to determine grade retention and promotion?
What does the law say about accountability, school and school district report cards, schools in need of improvement? What does the law say about sanctions, public school choice, supplemental educational services and tutoring?
What are the requirements for highly qualified teachers? Do these requirements affect special education teachers?
What are the educational requirements for paraprofessionals? How does the law limit the duties paraprofessionals may perform?
What does the law say about the parent's right to know the qualifications of their child's teachers? The parent's right to observe their child's classroom? Parent access to instructional material?
Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind is supplemented by the Wrightslaw No Child Left Behind CD-ROM that includes the full text of Titles I through X of the No Child Left Behind Act with commentary, cross-references, and resources, the No Child Left Behind regulations published by the U. S. Department of Education, and the No Child Left Behind Act (Public Law 107-110).
The Wrightslaw No Child Left Behind CD-ROM also includes the No Child Left Behind Deskbook, No Child Left Behind: A Parent's Guide, A Toolkit for Teachers, and dozens of Guidance publications and Fact Sheets on key topics from the U. S. Department of Education.
Parents - You need to know your rights and responsibilities under the No Child Left Behind Act and how this law affects your child's education.
Teachers and school administrators - No Child Left Behind will have a profound impact on you and your job. You need to learn about mentoring, bonus pay, scholarships and fellowships for advanced certification, and the new teacher liability protections.
Educators in the private sector -You may decide to provide services as a supplemental educational service provider or apply for grants available for innovative programs.
Attorneys and lay advocates - You need to have quick access to the statutes, regulations, and guidance publications. In Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind, your primary legal references are in one place.
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Early Reviews of Wrightslaw: No Child Left Behind
Easy to read, incredibly informative a must read for all parents in America. Dr. Elaine Holden, The Reading Foundation
and right on the money! Gives me ammunition to help more parents and
kids . . . inspires me and makes me feel like slaying windmills again.
Another win for the kids! Fran Dobrowolski, advocate
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