Enacted in 2002, No Child Left Behind forced states to step up their accountability measures with increased testing. In Florida it meant the FCAT. Since the program’s start test scores in Florida have been steadily rising. And as Lynn Hatter reports, those gains aren’t flukes…but are part of a national trend.
Wednesday, 25 June 2008 01:00
NCLB StudyWritten by Lyn Hatter