“No School Left Behind” Is New Policy in West Virginia

By Scott Finn 

You’ve heard of President Bush’s “No Child Left Behind” initiative. It requires schools to measure the progress of students each year. Some state lawmakers and school officials have complained bitterly about the requirements of No Child Left Behind.  

Now, they’ve developed a new system to measure whether a school is succeeding or not. And under this system, the number of low-performing schools decreases by 80 percent.

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