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Models for Writing About Personal Experience with NCLB

Models for writing about personal experience with NCLB’s damaging effects:

Parents about children:

FairTest responds to the Administration's dangerous "flexibility" proposals to change NCLB.

In "From the Frying Pan to the Fire While Adding Gasoline," FairTest
responds to the Administration's dangerous "flexibility" proposals to
change NCLB.

What Should Congress Do About Teacher Evaluation?

The Forum on Educational Accountability has published a public letter: What Should Congress Do About Teacher Evaluation? A Public Letter from the Forum on Educational Accountability.(PDF)

FairTest Critiques Sen. Alexander's ESEA-NCLB proposals: The few benefits don't outweigh the problems.

Monty Neill's second written testimony to Mass Bd of Ed on teacher evaluation

Monty Neill's second written testimony to Mass Bd of Ed on teacher evaluation

ESEA Reauthorization and Ending the "School-to-Prison" Pipeline: A Congressional Briefing

ESEA Reauthorization and Ending the “School-to-Prison” Pipeline: A Congressional Briefing

Sponsored by U.S. Senator Bernard Sanders

Friday, June 24, 2011, 11:00 – 12:00

Senate Dirksen Room 562

Overhauling ESEA to Improve Public Schools: FEA’s Reauthorization Proposals

Detailed FairTest study of NAEP results shows NCLB has not led to improved student learning.

FairTest has written a detailed analysis of NAEP trends conclusively showing that the rate of progress on NAEP has slowed or stagnated for most all groups in both reading and math and all grades tested on both the NAEP Long-term trend and NAEP Main tests. This shows NCLB has not produced improved learning outcomes. See the report here.

Webinar May 9 on Forum on Educational Accountability recommendations for ESEA reauthorization

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