Floden calls federal guidelines for schools “unrealistic”

August 19, 2011
Floden calls federal guidelines for schools “unrealistic”

According to recent data, an increasing number of Michigan schools are not meeting the rising expectations of the federal government’s No Child Left Behind act. These findings, determined by the act’s Adequate Yearly Progress, are based on students’ standardized test scores. These rising AYP requirements could threaten thousands of schools with potential sanctions. Robert Floden, co-director of the Education Policy Center at… Read More »