Interview: Dana Rapp, No Child Left Behind Poll

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If a recent survey of teachers in Vermont is any indication, educators would give an “F” to the federal No Child Left Behind education law. The Vermont Society for the Study of Education asked 216 teachers in the state what they thought of the law that makes federal financial assistance for schools dependent largely on the results of students’ scores on government-mandated tests.

Dana Rapp lives in Readsboro, Vermont and teaches at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts. He conducted the poll and recently spoke with Mitch Wertlieb about it.

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