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Handy-Dandy NCLB Reauthorization Resources

Feeling a little bit overwhelmed and bored over all this NCLB reauthorization action (already)? Me too. Plus which, I'm too lazy to read everything. So here are some handy-dandy resources to consider, with thanks for all the hard work you've done:

What You Should Think About the New Version of No Child Left Behind TQATE
"A good accountability system is a fragile thing, and making the law more complex also makes it more vulnerable to those who disagree with the principles themselves."

Miller-McKeon draft thoughts Sherman Dorn
"The first page is my attempt to cross-reference common criticisms of NCLB with pages/sections of the discussion draft that may address those criticisms."

Who's saying what about NCLB Reauthorization? ECS
"To better inform the national debate on NCLB reauthorization, ECS collected and analyzed these recommendations and created a one-stop source that allows you to easily find out who’s saying what about revising the law."

Cheat Sheet NCLB Part II
EdWeek's David Hoff dissects the MM draft in three sections (see also Part 1 and Part 2).

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