MDR Survey: Intervention Among Educators' Greatest Needs

November 2006
Educational Marketer;11/6/2006, Vol. 37 Issue 31, p3
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The article cites a survey on the significance of intervention programs on education in the U.S., conducted by Market Data Retrieval company. Seventy-one percent of school and district administrators remarked that such programs are needed to improve student performance and to meet progress goals. In addition, 58 percent said their budgets for intervention surged in compliance of No Child Left Behind mandates. They also stressed the need for professional development of teachers.


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