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Information was compiled by the Center on Education Policy using various state sources. Notes for specific states are listed on page 7 of CEP's report.
With more news that the nation's students are falling behind, attention is returning to the next great hope in reform: the Common Core State Standards.
Although Ed Secretary Arne Duncan previously said up to 80 percent of schools would be labeled failing in 2011, he says one thing is clear, "No Child Left Behind is broken."
Four state education officials spoke about their states' waiver requests, allowing them more flexibility with meeting No Child Left Behind goals.
Utah State Superintendent of Public Instruction Larry Shumway spoke with Governing about his frustrations with the No Child Left Behind and reactions to some proposed solutions.
Federal Government Budget Problems Make State Budgeting Impossible