NBCT: Is the right data driving decisions in U.S. schools?

10/5/2009 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

A National Board Certified Teacher says that educators should go beyond the standards of No Child Left Behind when considering the data used in school decision-making. In this blog post, Anthony Cody advocates for educators to reconsider what school and student data are deemed important, and he questions the effect of NCLB's rigid testing standards on student subgroups and areas other than English and math.

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