If you are in the education world or have watched the news at all you have heard of NCLB. But what is it all about? Check out these resources to learn about NCLB and how it has impacted the education of students all across the United States.
Information on No Child Left Behind, including the Act and policy, and the Obama Administration's blueprint for reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.Edit Remove Move
Here you can find information on the history of NCLB and the requirements. The information is from the National Education Association (NEA). #NCLB #nochildleftbehindEdit Remove Move
The following table shows the consequences for a school "in need of improvement" as defined by No Child Left Behind. In need of improvement (year) Consequence 1 2 3 4 5 After year 5, if a school fails to make AYP in subsequent years it continues to be classified "in need of improvement" and must offer school transfer options and supplemental services as defined below. #NCLB #nochildleftbehind #AYP #adequateyearlyprogressEdit Remove Move
This link explains what Title I is and how it works. The Title I program gives money to schools that meet the requirements but must make AYP or make changes to make sure they meet AYP the following year.Edit Remove Move