Superintendents address No Child Left Behind act
School superintendents Glenn Chiodo and Steve Rassier provided an overview - and opinions - on the No Child Left Behind federal legislation this week, addressing the League of Women Voters.
"It's an education philosophy that ideally would close achievement gaps," Chiodo explained of the 2002 legislation enacting theories of standards-based education reform. It's based on the principle that setting high standards and establishing measurable goals can improve individual outcomes.
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