Recommandations de la commission "No Child Left Behind"

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Etats-Unis: ré-authorisation de "No Child Left Behind Act"

The Commission:

- Presented 75 recommendations to the President, Congress and the public

- Held 12 public hearings and roundtables where we heard from nearly 80 witnesses representing hundreds, thousands and even millions of people affected by the law

- Visited schools, wrote profiles of schools and districts, and researched and analyzed extensive amounts of data

- Received over 10,000 comments from the public via our Web site

The 75 recommendations in the report focus on making sure teachers and principals are effective, improving accountability measures, effective school improvement and student options, rigorous standards, and strengthening high schools. "We hope this report will serve as a blueprint for Congress and the Administration as they work to reauthorize NCLB this year," said Secretary Tommy Thompson. "The commission worked tirelessly and in a bi-partisan manner to come up with a comprehensive package of reforms that we believe will significantly improve the law." "It is our hope that the administration and Congress will build on what we have learned about NCLB in its first five years," said Governor Roy Barnes. "We believe our recommendations will help improve academic achievement for our Nation’s students and, most importantly, quicken the closing of the achievement gap." 

Les documents de l'article

NCLB_ExSum.pdf
NCLB_FrontMatter.pdf
NCLB_Introduction.pdf
NCLB_Section1.pdf
NCLB_Section2.pdf
NCLB_Section3.pdf
NCLB_Section4.pdf
NCLB_Section5.pdf
NCLB_Section6.pdf
NCLB_Section7.pdf
NCLB_Section8.pdf
NCLB_CallToAction.pdf
NCLB_RecomSummary.pdf
NCLB_RecomTables.pdf
NCLB_Bibliography.pdf
NCLB_AppendixA.pdf
NCLB_AppendixB.pdf
NCLB_Charts.pdf
NCLB_AppendixC.pdf
NCLB_AppendixD.pdf