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No Child Left Behind’s effect on literacy

P. David Pearson, emeritus professor, Graduate School of Education | March 13, 2012

While it is customary to give three cheers to something that we want to celebrate or commemorate, when I think about the legacy of the last decade of literacy instruction in America’s schools, I can only manage two cheers for No Child Left Behind. No Child Left Behind, the controversial reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary … Continue reading »