CEP Report on NCLB


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June 17, 2009 the Center on Education Policy held a press conference to present CEP's latest report on achievement since the enactment of No Child Left Behind (NCLB).

The report, entitled, " State Test Score Trends through 2007-08: Part I. Is the emphasis on Proficiency Shortchanging Higher-and Lower-Achieving Students?" is the first part of the year's longitudinal study of state test scores.

A two-page attachment from WP summarizes the press conference.

Outline of Attachment:

  1. Listing of Panelists

  2. Summary: Jack Jennings (Center on Education Policy, Founder) presented the CEP's findings that NCLB has helped to increase student achievement in all subjects, grade levels, and achievement levels.

  3. Panel Session Summary

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