Texas Ed: Comments on Education from Texas

June 27, 2006

No College Left Behind?

Panel’s Draft Report Calls for an Overhaul of Higher Education Nationwide – New York Times:

The report by the panel appointed last year by Education Secretary Margaret Spellings was highly critical of the nation’s institutions of higher education. It said there was a lack of accountability to show that students were learning, that college costs have risen too high, and that “unacceptable numbers of college graduates” were entering the workforce without skills that employers say they need.

Does this mean that they have been so successful with NCLB that they’re ready to do for colleges what they’ve done for public education?

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