National Assessment of Educational Progress and National Assessment Governing Board

 Link to National Assessment of Educational Progress and National Assessment Governing Board at http://www.nagb.org/

PURE testimony to the Senate Education Committee Subcommittee on NCLB

Presented by Julie Woestehoff, PURE executive director September 12, 2003


High School Testing: Letter to Congress

February 3, 2005

Dear Senator/Representative:

Classroom Caste System

Washington Post Op. Ed. -- April 9, 2007
by David Keyes

Written five years ago to reduce the "achievement gap," the No Child
Left Behind Act has in fact created a gap in American education. Its
pressure to raise test scores has caused many schools to give poor and
minority students an impoverished education that focuses primarily on
basic skills.

Letter to the Nation

Here’s the letter FairTest submitted to the Nation
in response to the cover story on NCLB by Linda Darling-Hammond et el.

by Monty Neill

Forum on Educational Accountability Proposed ESEA/NCLB Amendments



  • "Overhauling Assessment Systems" summarizes FEA's analysis and positions. It discusses assessment for instruction as well as for accountability of schools and educators.

Seven Ways to Work to Overhaul the Federal Education Law (ESEA/NCLB)

Below is a list of ways you can work towards overhauling the federal law. For a few items, we have links for more detailed info. In the near future, we will provide additional links - things like how to organize a forum (#1).

  1. Hold a public forum in your community to discuss NCLB.

  2. Persuade your organizations to pass resolutions calling for reform of NCLB:

Another (Easy) Way to Act for NCLB Change

Here’s yet another way to do something to get Congress to fix No Child Left Behind, and you can do it without leaving home.

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