Unformatted text preview: to meet rising annual performance targets in English and Math, Chester said. Under the No Child Left Behind regulations, all districts and schools are required to report their progress toward helping all students reach grade-level proficiency by 2014. Schools can face increasingly severe consequences for failing to make adequate progress, from being required to give parents a choice to send their children to a different school to being put under state oversight. They must meet state improvement goals for two straight years in order to be removed from the list of those needing improvement....
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- Spring '10
- adequate progress, Mitchell Chester, state public schools, Commissioner Mitchell Chester