Several statewide education systems are in danger of failing to meet higher standards for accountability as required by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) come fall, according to a nationwide report released June 18.

Although nearly all states have implemented tests that measure students' progress toward clearly defined standards, many still lack the infrastructure necessary to deliver results electronically and store them in multiyear databases for purposes of comparison, the report said.

The report is the first in an annual series on "Testing the Testers," issued by the


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