Report: States lowering standards to meet NCLB goals

10/18/2007 | McClatchy Washington Bureau

States that have set very low definitions of proficiency may be the only ones that meet the NCLB's requirement that all students test proficiently by 2014, some educators say. As more states realize this, some states that have set especially lofty achievement goals, such as California and South Carolina, are lowering their standards, according to a study.

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