No Child Left Behind Act

The No Child Left Behind Act was signed into law on January 8, 2002. It is a massive law that has revamped the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and imposed staggering obligations on public schools. Chief among these are new testing requirements and accountability standards intended to reduce achievement gaps among student sub-groups. But there are many other provisions to which schools will be required to adhere.
 


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Additional Resources

NCLB Waivers - CRS Report
ED Sec. authority to granted waivers under section 9401 - CRS Memo

NCLB Non-Regulatory Guidance - NCLB Waivers
ED NCLB non-regulatory guidance on ED Sec. authority to grant waivers

US Rep Kiline letter
Rep. Kline letter on ED Sec authority to grant NCLB waivers

ED Resources - Sec. 9401 NCLB waivers
ED resources on sec 9401 Sec authority to grant NCLB waivers under sec 9401

 
 
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