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No Child Left Behind Act: Assistance from Education Could Help States Better Measure Progress of Students with Limited English Proficiency
Marnie S. Shaul (au)
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLBA) focused attention on the academic achievement of more than 5 million students with limited English proficiency. Obtaining valid test results for these students is challenging, given their language barriers. This report describes: (1) the extent to which these students are meeting annual academic progress goals; (2) what states have done to ensure the validity of their academic assessments; (3) what states are doing to ensure the validity of their English language proficiency assessments; & (4) how the U.S. Dept. of Education is supporting states’ efforts to meet NCLBA’s assessment requirements for these students. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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