Few children take advantage of NCLB tutoring

02/13/2006 | NYTimes.com

Nationwide in the school year that ended in 2004 only 226,000 children out of the nearly 2 million eligible in consistently failing schools sought free tutoring authorized by NCLB. Many states and districts say federal officials were slow to provide money and guidance, while the federal government notes that parents don't typically rush to sign up for a new program.

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