State officials show some latitude on NCLB test participation rules

01/7/2004 | Education Week

The federal government is giving states great flexibility in handling schools' appeals to their adequate yearly progress ratings, as long as they comply with the law. Some school districts have received relief from a provision requiring 95% of their students, and 95% of those in several subgroups, be tested.

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