Several statewide education systems still fail to meet higher standards for accountability as required by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), according to a nationwide report released May 6. Though nearly all states administer tests that measure students' progress toward clearly defined standards, the majority of states still do not make the results publicly available in an electronic data warehouse so parents can compare them from year to year, the report said.

The report is the second in an annual series on "Testing the Testers" issued by The Princeton Review, a company that


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