So Much For Making NCLB Choice Really WOrk

Like the Times, Richard Kahlenberg praises the news that the USDE may be taking steps to enforce elements of NCLB that he thinks are important -- especially the choice provisions (Enforcing the NCLB Act).

He probably won't be nearly as happy when he hears the announcement later this morning that USDE is going to expand the SES-choice "flip"(as well as allowing more low performing districts like Chicago to provide their own tutoring).

Four low-performing districts will get to do their own tutoring. Five states will get to "flip" choice and SES, putting choice at the back of the line yet again.


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