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Fuel for reform: the importance of trust in changing schools. (In The News).

"At a recent conference on accountability and assessment at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, dozens of education policymakers and scholars gathered to consider the implications of the No Child Left Behind Act. During hours of discussion about the value of standardized test data, `coercive' accountability, and stakes high and low, a pesky question kept surfacing about the wildcard in all of this: the people who actually go to school every day to work and learn."--Harvard Education Letter, July/August 2002.

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Title Annotation:No Child Left Behind Act
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Date:Oct 1, 2002
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