The five-year-old federal law is scheduled to be rewritten this year, and the lawmakers in charge say they will try to change the rules for special-education students and recent immigrants. The aim is to inject more common sense into the law while sticking with its promise to leave no child behind.
Monday, February 12, 2007
Potential Changes to NCLB
I'm a big supporter of the No Child Left Behind Act, but have admitted in other posts that it has some provisions that could stand to be improved. If these changes are among them, that would be a step in the right direction: