A Guide to Education and No Child Left Behind
October 2004

This guide provides facts and figures to help you understand the No Child Left Behind Act.

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Table of Contents

1.  Title Page
2.  Foreword
3.  Education and the Economy
4.  Education by the Numbers
Schools and Districts
Alternative Education Systems
The School Community
School Districts
Graduation Trends
5.  National Expenditures and Achievement
6.  The History of No Child Left Behind
7.  No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
Improving the Academic Achievement of the Economically Disadvantaged
Preparing, Training, and Recruiting Highly Qualified Teachers and Principals
Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient and Immigrant Students
Giving Parents Choices and Creating Innovative Education Programs
Making the Education System Accountable
Making the System Responsive to Local Needs
Helping All Children Learn to Read
Helping Children With Disabilities
Terms To Know
8.  Sources

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