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School Choice for Student Success (Apr 29, 2009)
This page provides an overview of the school choice provision of No Child Left Behind. This is the School Choice for Student Success brochure in English.
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Family Resource Centers -- Voluntary Public School Choice (Feb 19, 2009)
This page contains information and links to the Voluntary Public School Choice program family resource centers.
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No Child Left Behind  Choices for Parents (Jan 21, 2009)
A section of the No Child Left Behind website where one can discover all of the facts about choice in No Child Left Behind.
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No Child Left Behind  School Choices for Parents (Jan 14, 2009)
This page provides parents with definitions for school choice options.
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D.C. School Choice Opportunity Scholarships Expand Options for Families (Jun 16, 2008)
The D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program is part of a unique, locally-developed three-sector initiative to reform D.C.'s public schools, replicate high-performing charter schools, and provide scholarships to some of Washington's poorest children.
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La selección de una escuela para su hijo -- TOC (Oct 11, 2007)
"La libre elección de escuela forma parte de la estrategia de dar a todos los niños una educación excelente."La Secretaria de Educación de EEUU Margaret Spellings
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Choosing A School For Your Child -- TOC (Sep 19, 2007)
"...School choice gives you more opportunities to achieve your expectations for your child." U. S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings
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No Child Left Behind  Public School Choice Online Toolkit (Jan 04, 2006)
This page describes the public school choice web-based toolkit of resources for developing and implementing public school choice in a local school district. It also explains the public school choice provision of No Child Left Behind and describes the choices available, such as magnet and charter schools.
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Questions and Answers on Choice and Supplemental Educational Services (Aug 18, 2003)
Answers to frequently asked questions about school choice and supplemental educational services under No Child Left Behind.
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Public School Choice: Quick Reference for Parents (Jul 07, 2003)
Questions and answers that explain public school choice are under the law, and easy steps for getting your child the tutoring and extra help needed.
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