For three years, Public Education Network (PEN) has listened to parents, students, business and community leaders testify about what the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act means to their lives and aspirations. Their message is consistent, from Boston to San Francisco:
It is right to hold public education accountable for adequately educating every child to his/her full potential
It is wrong to believe NCLB can achieve its goals unless far deeper and systemic changes are made in resources, capacities and will.
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Title: Open to the Public: How Communities, Parents and Students Assess the Impact of the No Child Left Behind Act 2004 - 2007
Publication date 2007-07-23
Publication Year 2007
Public Education Network (PEN)
North America / United States
, local partner
, parent involvement
, public education
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