- NCLB A Catch-22 for Language Learners
November 2006 | Volume 64 | Number 3 NCLB: Taking Stock, Looking Forward Pages 22-27 Common sense dictates that if you administer a test to students in a language they don't understand, they probably won't do well on it. Nevertheless, NCLB mandates that English language learners do just that, and schools are punished if they don't. The latest Educational Leadership examines this and other flaws of NCLB in respect to English language learners.
- ¡Colorín Colorado! No Child Left Behind and English language learners
Summary of NCLB requirements pertaining to ELLs
- Education Week: Hurdles Remain High for English-Learners
School sees strong progress, but says credit proves elusive under NCLB federal law. By Mary Ann Zehr This article supports the need for a Growth-Model for meeting AYP.
- Implementing RTI using Title I, Title III and CEIS funds
Key Issues for Decision-makers US Dept. of ED. This Powerpoint is designed to explain RTI and use of funds that can be used for each tier.
- Is It Good for the Kids? Too Much on the Numbers...Not Enough on the Children
Article by Gene Carter, Executive Director ASCD. Concern is rising in the ASCD community that the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law is overemphasizing testing, leading schools to focus too much on the numbers and not enough on the needs of the children. Several recent reports raise concerns about flaws in the NCLB data collection requirements that could not only penalize diverse schools but also cause inaccurate measures of student and school progress.
- NCLB Desktop Reference
TITLE III--LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION FOR LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENT AND IMMIGRANT STUDENTS WHAT'S NEW--The No Child Left Behind Act
Archived Information: The No Child Left Behind: A Desktop Reference outlines what is new under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 for each program supported under the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965 and other statues. It also describes how the Act's four guiding principles (accountability, flexibility and local control, parental choice, and what works) are brought to bear on
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- Introduction No Child Left Behind
- No Child Left Behind
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