No Child Left Behind: What Parents Need to Know
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To learn more about No Child Left Behind and how it affects your child and your school, contact:

  • Your local school district. Your school principal, other staff in your school or your district Title I director will be able to help you. The district phone number is usually listed in the blue pages of the local telephone directory; or

  • Your nearest Parent Information and Resource Center, which can be found at; or

  • The U.S. Department of Education, toll-free at 1-800-USA-LEARN or online at

Finally, be sure to attend parent-teacher conferences, parent organization meetings and other events at your child's school where you can get a lot of information, ideas and help from teachers as well as from other parents.

The good news is that No Child Left Behind forces us as a nation to focus on what really matters— the education of all of our children.

—Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings

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Last Modified: 02/20/2009