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Remediation (K-12)

From the ECS State Policy Database: No Child Left Behind--Supplemental Services - This policy database—updated weekly—is made possible by your state's fiscal support of the Education Commission of the States....

Examples of State Monitoring and Evaluation of Supplemental Educational Service Providers MS Word PDF - NCLB requires schools receiving Title I funds and not making adequate yearly progress to implement various interventions, such as offering students the option to change schools and/or make available supplemental educational services (SES). States are responsible for oversight of SES providers and must use objective criteria for their evaluation and make public reports available on how provider quality is monitored. This ECS StateNote provides examples of action in three states with evaluation processes that resemble guidance from the U.S. Department of Education. (Michael Colasanti, Education Commission of the States, November 2007)...

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