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Miller Mc Keon Draft Summary

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    • 1. NCLB Reauthorization Miller-McKeon draft quick takes Sherman Dorn University of South Florida
    • 2. No Child Left Behind: Central Features
      • Requires annual assessment
      • Identifies problem schools based on test scores (Adequate Yearly Progress)
      • Requires menu of remediation for schools labeled as “needs improvement”
      • Defines “highly qualified teacher”
    • 3. Major criticisms
      • Implementation problems
      • Allegations of loopholes
      • Arguments that NCLB is the wrong direction
    • 4. Implementation problems?
      • Assessing achievement status v. growth
      • English language learners
      • Students with disabilities
      • One subgroup below AYP standard vs. the whole school
      • Sequence and quality of interventions
      • 20% set-aside for transfers and tutoring
      • High-quality teacher definitions
    • 5. Loopholes?
      • States can set low standards
      • States can define group size necessary to report achievement
      • States can define graduation rate
      • States made school choice and tutoring difficult
      • States and districts can choose vague options when schools have repeatedly failed
      • States avoid high-quality teacher requirement
    • 6. Wrong direction?
      • Arbitrary proficiency levels
      • Fantasy of 100% proficiency
      • Race to the bottom on test quality
      • Narrowing the curriculum
      • Test preparation and triage
      • Intervention as punishment
      • Relies on schools to solve social ills
    • 7. Miller-McKeon draft
    • 8. Not addressed in draft
      • Test preparation
      • Intervention as punishment
      • 20% set-asides for intervention
      • Arbitrary proficiency levels
    • 9. Substantively addressed
      • AYP
      • Curriculum narrowing
      • Graduation rate
      • Problems v. crises
      • Formative assessment
      • Data analysis and capacity
      • Subgroup size
      • ELL assessment
      • Students with disabilities (assessment and expectations)
      • Supplement-not-supplant
      • Teacher quality distribution
    • 10. Uncertain whether draft addresses…
      • Test quality
      • Tutoring quality
      • High-quality teacher definition
      • Triage

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