The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) is working.
This legislation is strengthening America’s public schools by calling for higher standards and accountability to ensure that every single child receives a good education.
We’re seeing many groups of students set records in reading and math scores.
The achievement gap is finally beginning to close. And these results prove the belief on which the law was founded: Every child can learn and succeed in school. Unfortunately, misinformation about NCLB undermines the law’s potential for continued support and success.
Here are 10 of the most common misconceptions about NCLB, along with the facts to help set the record straight. Top Ten Myths