No Child Left Behind changes Oregon education

PORTLAND, OR–As most of Oregon’s 570,000 students head back to class this week, they will report to schools that have been deeply changed by six years of the federal No Child Left Behind law. The law has put unprecedented pressure on public schools to get students to read and do math at their grade level, and educators have responded by digging into test results, spending more full story

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