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Institute on Education Law and Policy

Setting the Stage for Informed, Objective Deliberation on School Choice

Bibliography: School Choice Under No Child Left Behind

(Updated 8/8/2006)

Cynthia G. Brown, Choosing Better Schools: A Report on Student Transfers Under the No Child Left Behind Act, Citizens’ Commission on Civil Rights, (May 2004), at
http://www.cccr.org/ChoosingBetterSchools.pdf.

Center On Education Policy, From the Capital to the Classroom: Year 3 of the No Child Left Behind Act (March 2005), at http://www.ctredpol.org/pubs/nclby3/press/cep-nclby3_21Mar2005.pdf.

Center On Education Policy, Rule Changes Could Help More Schools Meet Test Score Targets For the No Child Left Behind Act (Oct. 22, 2004), at http://www.ctredpol.org/nclb/StateAccountabilityPlanAmendmentsReportOct2004.pdf.

Center On Education Policy, From the Capital to the Classroom: Year 2 of the No Child Left Behind Act (Feb. 2004), at http://www.ctredpol.org/pubs/nclby2/.

Center On Education Policy, A Look Inside 33 School Districts: Year 2 of the No Child Left Behind Act (Jan. 2004), at http://www.ctredpol.org/pubs/nclby2/.

Gail Russell Chaddock, At School, A New Era of Multiple Choices for Parents, The Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 28, 2003.

Gail Russell Chaddock, A Step Toward School Choice, Ready or Not, The Christian Science Monitor, June 19, 2002.

Education Commission of the States, ECS Report to the Nation: State Implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act (July 2004).

The Education Trust, The ABC’s of “AYP”: Raising Achievement for All Students (Summer 2004).

Paul A. Herdman, et al., Charter Friends National Network, CFNN Policy Brief: Charter Schools and the New Accountability Provisions in NCLB (April 2002), at http://www.charterfriends.org/cfi-accountability-may02-policy.html

Frederick M. Hess & Chester E. Finn, Jr. (eds.), Leaving No Child Behind, Palgrave Mcmillan, (September 2004).

Jimmy Kim & Gail l. Sunderman, Does NCLB Provide Good Choices For Students in Low-Performing Schools?, The Civil Rights Project, Harvard University (February 2004).

Sharon L. Nichols, et al, High-Stakes Testing and Student Achievement: Problems for the No Child Left Behind Act, Education Policy Research Unit, Arizona State University (Sept. 2005).

N.J. Dept. of Educ., Consolidated State Application Accountability Workbook: No Child Left Behind in New Jersey (Aug. 2004) at http://www.state.nj.us/njded/grants/nclb/workbook.pdf.

Christopher A. Tracey, Gail L. Sunderman, and Gary Orfield, Changing District Accountability Standards: Implications for Racial Equality, The Civil Rights Project, Harvard University (June 2005) at http://www.civilrightsproject.harvard.edu/research/esea/nclb_district_account.php.

U.S. Dept. of Educ., Office of Innovation and Improvement, Case Studies of Supplemental Services Under the No Child Left Behind Act: Findings from 2003-2004 (Sept. 2005), at http://www.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/disadv/supplementalyear2/final-year2.pdf.

U.S. Dept. of Educ. Office of Innovation and Improvement, Choosing A School For Your Child (March 2005).

U.S. Dept. of Educ. Office of Innovation and Improvement, Creating Strong District School Choice Programs (May 2004), at http://www.ed.gov/admins/comm/choice/choiceprograms/programs.html.

U.S. Dept. of Educ. Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development, Evaluation of Title I Accountability Systems and School Improvement Efforts: Findings from 2002-2003 (2005), at http://www.ed.gov/rschstat/eval/disadv/tassie2/tassie2.pdf .

U.S. Dept. of Educ., The Impact of the New Title I Requirements on Charter Schools: Non-Regulatory Guidance (March 2003), at http://www.ed.gov/policy/elsec/guid/charterguidance03.doc.

U.S. Dept. Of Educ., Public School Choice: Non-Regulatory Guidance, (February 6, 2004).

U.S. Dept. Of Educ., Unsafe School Option: Non-Regulatory Guidance, (May 2004), at http://www.ed.gov/policy/elsec/guid/unsafeschoolchoice.pdf.

U.S. Dept. of Educ., Supplemental Educational Services: Non-Regulatory Guidance, (June 13, 2005).

U.S. Gov’t. Accountability Office, No Child Left Behind Act: Education Needs to Provide Additional Technical Assistance and Conduct Implementation studies for School Choice Provision (December 2004),at http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d057.pdf.

U.S. Gov't. Accountability Office, No Child Left Behind Act:  Education Actions Needed to Improve Local Implementation and State Evaluation of Supplemental Educational Services (August 2006), at http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d06758.pdf.