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Education / No Child Left Behind #862035

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 30, 2007
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Joint CBS News/"Time" magazine report introduced.

(Douglasville, Georgia: Kelly Wallace) An evaluation of the No Child Left Behind education act examined; statistics on reading tests in Georgia schools cited; details given of the lack of a national standard for "proficiency" and about the difficulty in comparing scores from state to state. [Douglas County, Georgia, school system Supt. Donald REMILLARD†, South Carolina school superintendent Jim RAY†, Georgia superintendent of schools Kathy COX†- comment on different state versus national standards.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Wallace, Kelly

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