Few schools improve scores in initial NCLB restructuring

03/1/2007 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Even though the No Child Left Behind law requires schools that fail to meet benchmarks to institute reforms, more study needs to be done to figure out which reform approaches work best. "What we're finding is that school districts that implement a variety of changes are more likely to improve their test scores than those that implement only one change," says Center on Education Policy CEO Jack Jennings.

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