School Information System
Newsletter Sign Up |

Subscribe to this site via RSS: | Newsletter signup | Send us your ideas

September 18, 2004

123 State Schools Fall Short of No Child Left Behind Standards

Jamall Abdul-Alim:

The number of Wisconsin schools and districts that failed to make enough progress to satisfy federal law rose, according to statistics released Friday, prompting renewed concern over whether schools can meet the increasingly tough standards of the "No Child Left Behind" era.

According to state Department of Public Instruction figures, 123 schools were on the list of schools that failed to make "adequate yearly progress" - a 12.7% increase over last year.

Wisconsin DPI Report DPI Press Release (151K PDF)

Doug Erickson also covered this DPI news release.

Posted by Jim Zellmer at September 18, 2004 7:32 AM
Subscribe to this site via RSS/Atom: Newsletter signup | Send us your ideas