Washington Post education columnist Jay Mathews urges principals and superintendents to set aside their complaints with the the No Child Left Behind Act and concentrate on raising student achievement. To support his assertion, Mathews cites an article by Adam Kernan-Schloss, president of KSA-Plus Communications, who suggests administrators acknowledge NCLB's problems and focus instead on highlighting their schools' successes in areas not measured by the law.

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