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Ohio Letter Regarding Guidance on Alternate Assessments (Jun 16, 2006)
This letter addresses issues and concerns and provides guidance regarding the use of alternative assessments to meet the assessment requirements of Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act - Ohio.
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Letter to State of Pennsylvania Superintendent of Education, June 7, 2006 (MS Word) (Jun 07, 2006)
This document is a letter to the Pennsylvania Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind, June 5, 2006. (MS Word)
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Letter to State of Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction, June 6, 2006 (MS Word) (Jun 06, 2006)
This document is a letter to the North Carolina Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind, June 5, 2006. (MS Word)
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Letter to Puerto Rico Department of Education, June 5, 2006 (MS Word) (Jun 05, 2006)
This document is a letter to the Puerto Rico Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind, June 5, 2006. (MS Word)
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Letter to State of North Carolina Chief State School Officer, May 16, 2006 (MS Word) (May 16, 2006)
This document is a letter to the North Carolina Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind, May 16, 2006. (MS Word)
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Letter to Chief State School Officer regarding meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers provisions in No Child Left Behind (MS WORD) (May 12, 2006)
This document is a letter to the Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind. (MS WORD)
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Letter to Chief State School Officer regarding meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers provisions in No Child Left Behind (MS WORD) (May 12, 2006)
This document is a letter to the Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind. (MS WORD)
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Letter to Chief State School Officer regarding meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers provisions in No Child Left Behind (MS WORD) (May 12, 2006)
This document is a letter to the Chief State School Officer regarding good-faith efforts related to meeting the Highly Qualified Teachers (ESEA Title II, Part A) provisions under No Child Left Behind. (MS WORD)
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Standards and Assessments Peer Review Guidance (PDF) (Jan 25, 2006)
The purpose of this guidance is to inform States of the peer review process that is designed to help ensure that the States accepted into the growth model pilot have technically sound growth models, a high probability of success in incorporating measures of student growth into school accountability systems, and models that are consistent with the spirit of No Child Left Behind (NCLB). (PDF) (PDF)
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Standards and Assessments Peer Review Guidance (MS Word) (Jan 25, 2006)
The purpose of this guidance is to inform States of the peer review process that is designed to help ensure that the States accepted into the growth model pilot have technically sound growth models, a high probability of success in incorporating measures of student growth into school accountability systems, and models that are consistent with the spirit of No Child Left Behind (NCLB). (MS Word) (MS WORD)
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