NCLB can harm gifted students

03/16/2009 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Many say No Child Left Behind emphasizes struggling students, leaving little time for those who are achieving above grade level. But holding back advanced students can be harmful, and one Pennsylvania school board is taking action by preliminarily adopting a plan that would accelerate learning for some advanced students.

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