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Education Watch: Pennsylvania Key Education Facts and Figures
Education Trust, 2003

National Reports

Teacher Quality 2.0: Special Report 1- From Teacher Education to Student Progress: Teacher Quality Since NCLB
Arnold F. Shober, American Enterprise Institute, Aug 2012

Recommendations for the Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act- Removing the Roadblocks: How Federal Policy Can Cultivate Effective Teachers
National Council on Teacher Quality, May 2011

Built for Teachers: How the Blueprint for Reform Empowers Educators
U.S. Department of Education, August 2010

ESEA Reauthorization Principles and Recommendations
Council of Chief State School Officers, March 2010

Reading First Impact Study Final Report
National Center for Education Statistics, November 2008

A Call to Restructure Restructuring: Lessons from the No Child Left Behind Act in Five States
Center on Education Policy, September 2008

From the Capital to the Classroom: Year 5 of the No Child Left Behind Act
Center for Education Policy, June 2008

From No Child Left Behind to Every Child a Graduate
Alliance for Education, August 2008

Instructional Time in Elementary Schools: A Closer Look at Changes for Specific Subjects
Center on Education Policy, February 2008

Choices, Changes, and Challenges: Curriculum and Instruction in the NCLB Era
Center on Education Policy, December 2007

Developing Student Achievement Tests Under No Child Left Behind Accountability Requirements: A Policy Maker’s Primer
Council of Chief State School Officers, November 2007

Reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965: Recommendations from the Center on Education Policy
Center on Education Policy, August 2007

Implementing the No Child Left Behind Teacher Requirements
Center on Education Policy, August 2007

Answering the Question That Matters Most: Has Student Achievement Increased Since No Child Left Behind?
Center on Education Policy, June 2007

Moving Beyond Identification: Assisting Schools in Improvement
Center on Education Policy, July 2007

Open to the Pubilc: The Public Speaks Out On No Child Left Behind
Public Education Network, July 2007

Students with Disabilities’ Provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act: Summary of a Roundtable Discussion and Guiding Principles for Reauthorization of ESEA/NCLB
Center on Education Policy, June 2007

English Language Learners’ Provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act
Center on Education Policy, June 2007

Educational Architects: Do State Education Agencies Have the Tools Necessary to Implement NCLB?
Center on Education Policy, May 2007

Building on Results: A Blueprint for Strengthening the No Child Left Behind Act
U.S. Department of Education, January 2007

No Child Left Behind in America’s Great City Schools: Five Years and Counting
Michael Casserly, Council of the Great City Schools, 2007

Ten Big Effects of the No Child Left Behind Act on Public Schools
Center on Education Policy, November 2006

Statewide Educational Accountability Under NCLB
Council of Chief State School Officers, November 2006

The Accuracy and Effectiveness of Adequate Yearly Progress, NCLB’s School Evaluation System
William J. Mathis, Arizona State University’s Education Policy Research Unit, September 2006

Building on State Reform: Maryland School Restructuring
Center on Education Policy, September 2006

Keeping Watch on Reading First
Center on Education Policy, September 2006

ESEA: Myths vs. Realities
Education Trust, September 2006

No Child Left Behind Act: Education Actions Needed to Improve Local Implementation and State Evaluation of Supplemental Education Services
U.S. Government Accountability Office, August 2006

No Child Left Behind Act: States Face Challenges Measuring Academic Growth
U.S. Government Accountability Office, July 2006

Tracking Achievement Gaps and Assessing the Impact of NCLB on the Gaps: An In-depth Look into National and State Reading and Math Outcome Trends
Jaekyung Lee, The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University, June 2006

Open to the Public: The Public Speaks Out on No Child Left Behind
Public Education Network, May 2006

Opportunity Knocks: Applying Lessons from the Education Adequacy Movement to Reform the No Child Left Behind Act
The Campaign for Educational Equity, March 2006

The Unraveling of No Child Left Behind: How Negotiated Changes Transform the Law
Gail L. Sunderman, The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University, February 2006

Wrestling the Devil in the Details: An Early Look at Restructuring in California
Center on Education Policy, February 2006

A Shell Game: Federal Funds to Improve Schools
Center on Education Policy, February 2006

Does School Choice Work? Effects on Student Integration and Achievement
Public Policy Institute of California, 2006

“Failing” or “Succeeding” Schools: How Can We Tell?
American Federation of Teachers, 2006

Hope but No Miracle Cures: Michigan’s Early Restructuring Lessons
Center on Education Policy, November 2005

No Child Left Behind: A Road Map to State Implementation
U.S. Department of Education, November 2005

States Test Limits of Federal AYP Flexibility
Center on Education Policy, November 2005

Preliminary Report on No Child Left Behind in Indian Country
National Indian Education Association, October 2005

Case Studies of Supplemental Services Under the No Child Left Behind Act: Findings from 2003-04
U.S. Department of Education, September 2005

The New Demography of America’s Schools: Immigration and the No Child Left Behind Act
The Urban Institute, September 2005

State Involvement in School Restructuring Under No Child Left Behind in the 2004-05 School Year
Education Commission of the States, September 2005

2005 State Policies Related to the No Child Left Behind Act
Education Commission of the States, July 2005

The Impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on Student Achievement and Growth: 2005 Edition
Northwest Evaluation Association, April 2005

Raising Achievement: A New Path for No Child Left Behind
U.S. Department of Education, April 2005

Evaluating Supplemental Education Service Providers: Suggested Strategies for States
Dr. Stephen M. Ross, Center for Research in Educational Policy and the Supplemental Educational Services Quality Center, March 2005

Open to the Public: Speaking Out on No Child Left Behind
Public Education Network, March 2005

Overview and Synthesis of the Regional Advisory Committee Reports On Educational Challenges and Technical Assistance Needs
CNA Corporation, March 2005

Searching the Attic: How States Are Responding to the Nation’s Goal of Placing a Highly Qualified Teacher in Every Classroom
National Council on Teacher Quality, December 2004

Does Highly Qualified Mean Highly Effective?
Robert Rothman, Alliance for Education Excellence, November 2004

Makeover, Facelifts, or Reconstructive Surgery: An Early Look at NCLB School Restructuring in Michigan
Center on Education Policy, November 2004

NCLB and Highly Qualified Teachers: Where We Have Been and Need to Be
Education Commission of the States, November 2004

A Guide to Education and No Child Left Behind
U.S. Department of Education, October 2004

Measured Progress
The Education Trust, October 2004

Early Implementation of Supplemental Educational Services under the No Child Left Behind Act: Year One Report
U.S. Department of Education, July 2004

ECS Report to the Nation: State Implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act
Education Commission of the States, July 2004

The ABC’s of “AYP”
Education Trust, Summer 2004

Examining State Intervention Capacity: How Can the State Better Support Low Performing Schools and Districts?
The Rennie Center, Summer 2004

Creating Strong Supplemental Education Services Programs
US Department of Education, May 2004

Unfunded Mandates: Analysis of Reform Act Coverage
U.S. Government Accountability Office, May 2004

Individual Growth and School Success
Northwest Evaluation Association, April 2004

Academic Atrophy: The Condition of Liberal Arts in America’s Public Schools
Council for Basic Education, March 2004

Can NCLB Increase Options for Low-Income Students?: Evidence From Across the States
Robert Maranto, Villanova University, January 2004

The Invisible Hand of No Child Left Behind
Siobhan Gorman, National Journal, January 2004

Telling the Whole Truth (or Not) About Highly Qualified Teachers: New State Data
Education Trust, December 2003

Telling the Whole Truth (or Not) About High School Graduation: New State Data
Education Trust, December 2003

Meeting NCLB Goals for Highly Qualified Teachers: Estimates by State from Survey Data
Education Policy Analysis Archives, October 2003

Questions to Ask About NCLB
Education Trust, September 2003

A Practical Guide to Talking With Your Community About No Child Left Behind and School in Need of Improvement
Learning First Alliance, August 2003

The ABC’s of AYP: Raising Achievement for All Students
Education Trust, April 2003

Implementing the No Child Left Behind Act
National Center on Education and the Economy, April 2003

Left Out and Left Behind: NCLB and the American High School
Alliance for Excellent Education, April 2003

The Future Federal Role: Observations and Ideas
Christopher T. Cross, Policy Perspectives and WestEd, 2003

9 Essential Elements of Statewide Data-Collection Systems
National Center for Educational Accountability, 2003

Making Valid and Reliable Decision in Determining Adequate Yearly Progress Council of Chief State School Officers, December 2002

Using No Child Left Behind to Improve Student Achievement: An Action Guide for Community and Parent Leaders
Public Education Network, November 2002

No Child Left Behind: A Guide for Small and Rural Districts
American Association of School Administrators and the National Association of State Boards of Education, 2002

A Closer Look: State Policy Trends in Three Areas of the Bush Education Plan – Testing, Accountability and School Choice
Education Commission of the States, April 2001

Building on Progress: How Ready Are State to Implement President Bush’s Education Plan?
Education Commission of the States, January 2001

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