Sunday, April 12, 2009

What is NCLB going to produce?

NCLB’s Ultimate Restructuring Alternatives: Do they Improve the Quality of Education?
Author: Mathis, William J.
Year: 2009

This brief reviews the independent research on the ultimate sanctions and provides recommendations designed to enhance school improvement.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As underperforming schools hit arbitrary deadlines the chaos caused by students transferring, state takeovers, teachers' retiring, and school privatizating - the politicians and the public might be willing to see reason - better to have students attending school than wandering about unsupervised - economically NCLB is a windfall for corporations and a blight on public education. Don't expect academics to flourish in this environment. What a catastrophe! Who lives beneath the devil's tail these days?