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Will We make the No Child Left Behind Act's deadline of 2014?

I have been reading articles from administrators and parents about their dismay of NCLB. In Washington, DC, the educational system is racing to meet all of the proficiency requirements in Mathematics and Reading by 2014. Can that really be a realistic deadline especially including all the troubles all of the states seem to be having with different areas of proficiency? I realize some states are fairing better than others but how do you feel about your state?



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Added by Lorette Weldon on January 9, 2010 at 2:43pm — 1 Comment

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