Stephen Rochelle

Principal at Orville Wright Middle School

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Principal of Orville Wright Middle School in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles, California

Stephen Rochelle on KCRW

When Congress reconvenes, it's scheduled to take up renewal of President Bush's signature education reform,  No Child Left Behind .  Accountability was supposed to come from tests in…

No Child Left Behind: Is It Passing or Failing?

When Congress reconvenes, it's scheduled to take up renewal of President Bush's signature education reform, No Child Left Behind .  Accountability was supposed to come from tests in…

from To the Point

The  No Child Left Behind Act  was supposed to level the playing field by providing an equal education for all kids no matter their backgrounds or where they lived.  Accountability is…

Grading No Child Left Behind

The No Child Left Behind Act was supposed to level the playing field by providing an equal education for all kids no matter their backgrounds or where they lived.  Accountability is…

from To the Point

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