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No Child Left Behind Act: Education Could Do More to Help States Better Define Graduation Rates and Improve Knowledge About Intervention Strategies
About one-third of students entering high school d

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By Marnie S. Shaul (au)
Year: 2005
Pages: 62
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 142230387X

About one-third of students entering high school do not graduate & face limited job prospects. The No Child Left Behind Act requires states to use graduation rates to measure how well students are educated. To assess the accuracy of states’ rates & to review programs that may increase rates, this report examines: (1) the graduation rate definitions that states use & how the U.S. Dept. of Educ. (DoE) helped states meet legal requirements; (2) the factors that affect the accuracy of states’ rates & DoE’s role in ensuring accurate data; & (3) interventions with the potential to increase graduation rates & how DoE enhanced & disseminated knowledge of intervention research. Charts & tables.

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