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Strategies for Successfully Implementing No Child Left Behind

Dr. Joanetta (Jodie) Ellis discusses the challenges she faced as a Texas school principal trying to implement the No Child Left Behind requirements. Listen to this podcast to hear more about the strategies she used as an administrator to improve her school from an “acceptable” rating to an “exemplary” rating in less than two years!

She suggests administrators struggling with this policy:

  • Involve all stakeholders in the decision-making process, including teachers, parents and students
  • Gather as much data as possible about the student population as well as available resources
  • Define expectations. Know exactly what is expected in regards to school performance
  • ALWAYS make sure decisions are student-driven

Listen now to learn more about her successful strategies implementing No Child Left Behind policies

NCLB: Understanding the Implementation in Practice by APUS

About the Speaker:
Dr. Joanetta (Jodie) Ellis retired after 31 years in public education as a teacher, curriculum specialist, assistant principal, and principal at both the elementary and secondary levels in a school district along the Texas border of Mexico. She is a full-time associate professor with American Public University System, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses as well as mentoring new adjunct faculty members.

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