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The New ESEA: What It Means For Charter Schools

This primer contains questions and answers to help charter schools put in place systems that meet new Federal demands set in motion by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act.  Charter schools are not unfamiliar with performance contracts, whereas traditional public schools will be grappling with this sort of accountability for the first time.

NCLB requires requires schools to show academic yearly progress (AYP) and make achievement gains on tests approved by each state benchmarked against national assessments.

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