S&P's School Evaluation Services' Tools Are at the Heart of New Federal NCLB Data Analysis Project

September 2003
Educational Marketer;9/15/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 26, p1
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Reports that the U.S. Education Department has launched a multi-million dollar project that will help states with analysis of student and school performance data that is one of the crucial underpinning of the No Child Left Behind Act. Involvement of McGraw-Hill's Standard & Poors School Evaluation Services in the project; Goal of the project; Other agencies involved in the project; Financial funding from the U.S. Education Department and charitable institutions; Scope of the project.


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