Report considers how NCLB waivers affect student subgroups

08/27/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Education advocacy group Campaign for High School Equity has published a report looking into how waivers from parts of No Child Left Behind could affect student subgroups, such as students whose native language is not English, those with learning disabilities and minority students. The group found in a review of states that have received waivers that some at-risk students may not be as closely tracked because school districts have lost their intervention status under NCLB, which automatically triggered more federal oversight.

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