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No Child Left Behind Act: Education Assistance Could Help States Better Measure Progress of Students with Limited English Proficiency: Congressional Testimony
Cornelia M. Ashby (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 testimony 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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