States redefine proficiency guidelines

10/10/2002 | Education Week

Some states have begun to scale back academic standards to comply with a provision in the No Child Left Behind Act requiring all students to achieve proficiency in math and reading by the 2013-14 academic year. Experts say states that set the bar high for students before the law was passed are likely to lower benchmarks.

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