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No Child Left Behind-policy had strong negative repercussions for schools that performed poorly on annual statewide standardized tests ...

„Policy makers should rely on a broad range of information instead of any one measure. When a single metric becomes the sole basis for big policy triggers, the corresponding stakes may become dangerously high. A striking example is the U.S. No Child Left Behind policy enacted in 2001. This policy had strong negative repercussions for schools that performed poorly on annual statewide standardized tests.“

The World Bank (Hrsg.), „Learning to Realize Education's Promise“ (2018), S. 93

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