The proposed D.C. voucher legislation does not make adequate provision for accountability

The proposed DC Voucher legislation fails to require that participating schools adopt any of the standards under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). This legislation does not require participating schools to: 1) have a proposed instructional program, 2) have qualified school personnel, 3) set academic standards such as those required by NCLB, 4) set assessment requirements that measure student performance and improvement, or 5) disclose pertinent school and student data.

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