Sups: NCLB not so good
We often hear teachers grouse about No Child Left Behind. Now comes a survey in which 74 percent of superintendents say they find NCLB "at least somewhat detrimental." Only 1 percent say the law benefited public education while 26 percent found it "somewhat beneficial." The results are reported in the latest edition of School Board News, a publication of the National School Boards Association. See story. More than 1,300 sups participated in the survey, the latest in a decades-long series by the American Association of School Administrators. The AASA web site has some information on the survey, but a complete copy will cost you $90.