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Proposed No Child Left Behind Revision Targets Testing

A bipartisan bill presented to the U.S. Senate contains a plan to drastically overhaul No Child Left Behind, with key facets like scaling back emphasis on standardized test results.

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A bipartisan bill presented to the U.S. Senate contains a plan to drastically overhaul No Child Left Behind, with key facets like scaling back emphasis on standardized test results. While there would be no change to annual testing requirements, the framework for measuring school and teacher performance would be dismantled. If states choose to assess teachers, they would not be required to incorporate standardized test scores. (The New York  Times)

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