No Child Left Behind Resources

 

On Jan. 8, 2002, President George W. Bush signed into law the revised Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), also called the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. This law represents the most significant change in federal education policy in a generation. The 1,180-page Act is being analyzed and implemented by state departments of education across the U.S.

  • Policy Implications of the No Child Left Behind Act

  • This Article entitled "Bush Education Policy to Miss Goals:  Harvard Study" appeared in the New York Times on June 14, 2006.

  • This information was taken from a Blog.
  • AYP Resource Guide  - This Guide, compiled by the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, provides educational professionals, administrators, parents and communities at-large with relevant and reliable information regarding federal Adequate Yearly Progress requirements.

  • No Child Left Behind PowerPoint 
    (Created in April, 2003)

    This presentation is an informative PowerPoint presentation that assists in the understanding of NCLB.

  • Articles on No Child Left Behind from the March 2004 CABE Journal
    Click on the link above for the articles listed below.  Once the document is open click on the Bookmark Tab then choose the aritcle you would like to read.

    No Child Left Behind: Changes in ESL Requirements
    Where CABE Stands on NCLB - President Commentary
    On Your Behalf:  CABE Lobbies Congress on NCLB - Executive Director Commentary

  • Articles on No Child Left Behind from the CABE Journal
    Click on the link above for the articles listed below.  Once the document is open click on the Bookmark Tab then choose the aritcle you would like to read.

    No Child Left Behind Regulations Issued
    CABE Lobbies Congress
    NCLB and the Future of Public Education
    Title I Parent Involvement Policy Required
    State Department of Education Prepares to Implement NCLB
    The Nutmeg Board Deals with NCLB and Surveying Students
    What your Constituents and Legislators Need to Know about NCLB
    Part II - What your Constituents and Legislators Need to Know about NCLB
    Federal Guidance on Homeless Children Issued
    U.S. Department of Education Approves Connecticut's NCLB Accountability Plan
    Part III - What your Constituents and Legislators Need to Know about NCLB
    No Child Left Behind:  Challenge, Change, Rewards
    Part IV - What your Constituents and Legislators Need to Know about NCLB
    The Nutmeg Board Deals with NCLB
    CABE Representatives Attend NCLB Implementation Workshop
    They don't Know about NCLB - You Better Tell Them
    Part V - What your Constituents and Legislators Need to Know about NCLB
    Work Together to Amend NCLB
    Part VI - What your Constituents and Legislators Need to Know about NCLB

  • No Child Left Behind Official Web Site

    This web site has a plethora of information and resources from the federal government.
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