Columnist: NCLB critics have a lot to learn about learning

In a column on his newspaper’s web site, Washington Post staff writer Jay Mathews responds to a colleague’s criticism of the No Child Left Behind Act. Mathews argues that for all the anti-NCLB sentiment, most educators have trouble actually faulting the law when pressed. Most policy-makers and educators tell Mathews that NCLB is on the right track, and learning should be measured by tests. (Note: This site requires registration.)

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