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No Child Left Behind

 

School Distrcit and State Public Accountability Report

 

What is No Child Left Behind?

The No Child Left Behind Act authorizes server fedarl education programs that are administered by the states. Un the law passed in 2002, states are requred to evaluate students in reading and math in grades 3 through 8 and once in high school. 

No Child Left Behind operates on four basic principles:

  • Accountability: Hold schools accountable for results and ensure that those studends who are disadvantaged are able to acheive academic competence.
  • Flexibility: Allows school districts flexibility in the application of federal education funds to improve student achievement.
  • Research-based education: Emphasizes educational programs and practices that have been proven effective through scientific research.
  • Parent options: Increases the choices available to the parents of students by providing information about their children's education.

To view the latest Accountability Report for Royal Palm Charter School, please CLICK HERE.

Florida Department of Education - No Child Left Behind  CLICK HERE