Kansas Gets Longer “No Child Left Behind” Waiver

andy lambertAugust 29, 2014

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Kansas gets a one-year extension of a waiver from some of the provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind education law. The state first got a waiver two years ago, but was told last August it was at “high risk” of losing it because the state hadn’t done enough to use student achievement data as part of teacher evaluations.

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