Court Ruling on Compliance with NCLB Mandates – Podcast Episode 28 | Podcast Episode 28
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Classnotes Podcast (February 15, 2008) Recently, a three-judge panel of a federal appeals court ruled in favor of school districts in several states who claimed that the No Child Left Behind Act requires them to pay for testing and other programs without providing sufficient federal money. IDRA’s school policy director, Dr. Albert Cortez, gives an overview of the case and its implications for states, school districts as well as for NCLB reauthorization. Albert is interviewed by Christie Goodman , APR, IDRA’s communications manager.
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Show length: 13:52
No Lawsuit Left Behind, By Michael Heise
Chief Justice Roberts, the schoolmaster, in Education Next
Legal Questions Regarding the No Child Left Behind Act
By the National Conference of State Legislators
Court Ruling in School District of the City of Pontiac, et al., vs. Secretary of the United States Department of Education
Court Ruling in NCLB Suit Fuels Fight Over Costs – NEA case’s revival reopens talk of ‘unfunded’ obligations in law
Education Week article by Mark Walsh, Published online: January 11, 2008
Letter from U.S. Secretary of Education, Margaret Spellings to Chief State School Officers
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