NCLB waivers at risk in several states

05/12/2014 | Education Week (tiered subscription model)

Forty-two states and the District of Columbia currently are operating under waivers from parts of No Child Left Behind after Washington state's waiver recently was revoked for failure to tie students' test scores to teachers' evaluations. Now, officials say several other states also are at risk if they do not act. States in danger include Michigan, Indiana and Arizona, and officials say the sticking point in many states has been the pledge to tie standardized test scores to teachers' assessments.

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