Alaska schools struggle to comply with NCLB

05/14/2003 | Seattle Times, The

The turnover rate for Alaska's teachers and principals is so high that it may be difficult for schools in the state to meet requirements laid out in the No Child Left Behind Act. "It's just impossible to keep programs going," one principal said.

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