Opinion: Private providers should be more accountable

Private firms that provide instructional services and products should not be exempt from NCLB accountability measures that cover all U.S. public schools, writes Patricia Burch, a University of Wisconsin-Madison assistant professor of educational policy. Such companies benefit financially from the law yet are held to much less rigorous standards than public schools, she says.

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