How NCLB rewrite would perpetuate problems for struggling schools

01/17/2012 | Washington Post, The

Current plans to reauthorize No Child Left Behind would serve to perpetuate the struggles of schools in high-poverty areas, writes Stanford University education professor Linda Darling-Hammond. Federal policies should be designed to ensure that fewer students are subject to poverty, provide equal funding to schools and equal opportunities for learning outside of school, and provide better training and support for the nation's teachers, she argues.

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