No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act was signed into law on January 8, 2002. Since then, ISBE has aligned federal and state initiatives to support of higher student achievement, stronger public schools and a better-prepared teacher workforce.
NCLB has affected every school and district in Illinois and there have been some challenges along with vast improvements in student achievement.
Illinois continues to supports the act’s overall purpose - to ensure that children in every classroom enjoy the benefits of well-prepared teachers, research-based curriculum and safe learning environments.
- ESEA Flexibility Waiver - School Year 2015 Information and Webinar
- SY 2015 Notice Regarding Choice (5/29/14)
- 2014 NCLB Statewide Technical Assistance Workshop Handouts (5/14)
- Primer: Federal Improvement Status Compliance Sequence (8/5/13)
- NCLB Toolkit — The NCLB Consolidated Application Toolkit was developed to provide a common resource to be used by ISBE Consultants and Title I Directors across the state.
- As part of ISBE’s request to stay AMO targets, ISBE must post the gap analysis for achievement and graduation rate. The result of that analysis are available here:
- NCLB Consolidated Application - Technical Assistance Webinars
- Principal Consultants' Regional Assignments (3/15)
- U.S. Department of Education Videos Highlight Successful School Turnarounds
- Title I Waivers
If you are interested in receiving these please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Illinois Growth Model Task Force Report
- AYP Appeal Process and Information (July 30, 2012)
- Information for Administrators
for Resolving Complaints and Appeals
(These procedures apply to complaints and appeals filed with the Illinois State Board of Education by an organization or individual with respect to the State administered portions of the following federal programs, as required under 34 C.F.R. Sections 299.10, 299.11 and 299.12. )