As states prepare to apply for two-year renewals of their waivers to No Child Left Behind, officials say states should expect new requirements that raise the standards for teacher quality and achievement of certain student subgroups. Federal guidance "reflects some learning from the past two years and does try to step into the gaps that have been identified," said Daria Hall, director of K-12 policy development at the Education Trust in Washington.
What will states face when renewing NCLB waivers?
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