Tuesday, August 23, 2005

NCLB less popular than the Iraq War!

Phi Delta Kappa released its annual poll on public education issues today. From the press release:

A nationwide survey released today reports that an increasing number of Americans say they know a fair amount about the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. But the more they know about it, the less they like it.

80% believe that test results from math and reading don't by themselves tell whether a school is a success or a failure.


It's time to rethink this thing.

For the full results, click here.


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