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No Child Left Behind

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AIR DATE: July 27, 2009

The Clark County School District failed to make the adequate yearly progress required by the No Child Left Behind Act. Of CCSD's 361 schools 171 missed the mark this school year. We talk with a school principal and the district official in charge of implementing the federal law, about what went wrong.
Sue Daellenbach, Academic Manager for CCSD Assessment & Accountability
Robert Solomon, Principal of Harmon Elementary School

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