Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Beginning of the End

Md.'s 'No Child Left Behind' in trouble
Jan 26, 2008 3:00 AM (13 hrs ago) by Leah Fabel, The Examiner

WASHINGTON (Map, News) - Maryland students will soon be able to dodge failing marks on state proficiency tests required for graduation. The schools they leave behind, though, will still suffer the consequences.

Administrators fear a Maryland State Board of Education effort to help low-performing high schoolers graduate ends up putting schools at risk of failing to meet the demands of No Child Left Behind.

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