What We’re Watching: NCLB Sanctions and Student Achievement

By Education Next 06/17/2013

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According to new research by Thomas Ahn and Jacob Vigdor which was presented at an AEI forum, the schools that faced the most severe sanction under NCLB– school restructuring–  showed the greatest improvements in student achievement. Less severe sanctions had very little effect.

Also participating in the event were Nina Rees and Celia Hartman Sims.

—Education Next

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