School Report Cards
Public School Choice
Supplemental Educational Services
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 was signed
into law to improve student achievement.
Focusing on improving schools, teacher quality
and parent choice, this act helps all children in
the United States get a good education.
No Child Left Behind holds schools accountable for results
regardless of race, income, or language barriers.
School Report Cards, Public School Choice, and
Supplemental Educational Services were created as a part
of this law to provide learning accountability.
This law provides parents with the tools to make informed decisions
on their child’s behalf. Knowledge is power! Empower yourself to learn the law.
If you are interested in acquiring the full PowerPoint presentation,
please contact Arizona State PIRC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-224-2060.
Additional NCLB LINKS:
No Child Left Behind Brochure
PTA Parent Involvement and NCLB
NCLB Parent’s Guide
Facts and Terms Every Parent Should Know About NCLB
How NCLB benefits American Indians
Que Ningún Niño Se Quede Atrás:
Una guía para los padres
(NCLB IN SPANISH)
Using NCLB to Improve Student Achievement:
An Action Guide for Community
and Parent Leader