Survey: Parents, teachers disagree over achieving NCLB goals

04/20/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

A new AP-AOL Learning Services poll finds teachers pessimistic yet parents confident about the ability of local schools to meet NCLB standards by 2014, mainly because parents tend to focus on their own offspring, while teachers work with a variety of children. The two groups agreed that schools have had to narrow the curriculum to concentrate on reading and math.

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