As the landmark legislation, No Child Left Behind (NCLB), takes root in America's schools, parents are going to have a new bill of communication rights—from choice provisions and school report cards, to the availability of teacher credentials and supplemental services.

Beginning this school year, districts must issue report cards on school safety and student performance by grade, subject, ethnicity and race, economic status, and other factors. The goal is to give parents the information they need to compare school results.

While this sounds good in theory, once again the


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