No Child Left Behind
Harbor House Law Press, 2004 - Education - 339 pages
The No Child Left Behind Act is confusing to parents, educators, administrators, advocates, and most attorneys. This book provides a clear roadmap to the law and how to get better educational services for all children. Includes CD ROM of resources and references.
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CHAPTER Two LAW REGULATIONS AND CASELAW
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academic achievement standards academic assessments activities adequate yearly progress advanced placement Advanced Placement Programs agency’s allocated amount annual application appropriate based on scientiﬁcally based reading research chapter charter school Child Left children and youth comprehensive school reform corrective action deﬁned Deﬁnitions Deltaville Department of Education determined disabilities educational programs eligible local educational ensure evaluation family literacy Federal ﬁnd ﬁrst grade grant highly qualiﬁed teachers implement language Left Behind Act legal citation low-income meet migratory children Native Hawaiian NCLB Act needs number of children paraprofessionals parental involvement participating percent private school professional development public school choice Puerto Rico purpose Q OVERVIEW reading assessments reading instruction regulations report cards requirements school district school improvement scientiﬁcally based reading secondary school Secretary speciﬁc State’s statute strategies student academic achievement subgrants subparagraph subpart supplemental educational services teach technical assistance Title I funds U. S. Department United States Code