Books are located on the fourth floor of the Library. More titles on this topic can be found be searching our online catalog.
|Congress and the classroom : from the cold war to "No Child Left Behind"||Lc 89. A 78 2008|
|Failing grades: the federal politics of education standards||LB 3060.83 K 69 2005|
|From a nation at risk to No Child Left Behind : national education goals and the creation of federal education policy||LB 3060.83 V 56 2009|
|Ghosts of No Child Left Behind||LC 153. N 48 C 37 2011|
|No Child Left Behind : past, present, and future||LB 2806.22 H 395 2008|
|No Child Left Behind and the public schools||LB 2806.22 A 18 2007|
|Using test data for student acheivement : answers to "No Child Left Behind"||LB 3051. S 523 2006|
This multidisciplinary database can be used to search for scholarly articles about No Child Left Behind, as well as magazine and newspaper articles.
ERIC is one of the world's best education databases, and can be used to locate articles and reports on all topics including teaching methods, educational psychology, educational law and more.ERIC Digest
This is the free version of ERIC, and contains full text ERIC reports.Education Full Text
This database is a great supplement to ERIC, and contains thousands of articles on all topics in education, including educational psychology, teaching methods, assessment, and more.
Based at Stanford University, this site contains news and research on the larger issue of education policy in the United States.Education Research Guides: No Child Left Behind
Created by librarians at the University of Detroit Mercy, this guide contains links to dozens of online resources for research on NCLB.National Center for Education Statistics
The NCES is one of the best sources of education statistical information in the world. It can be used not only to find educational statistics, but contains tools to help you build your own tables.No Child Left Behind
This is the US Department of Education's page for No Child Left Behind and related legislation.