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Contains the keyword Educational accountability--United States

Bracey GW. Education hell : rhetoric vs. reality. Alexandria, VA: Educational Research Service; 2009.
Price TA, Peterson EA, University N-. The myth and reality of No Child Left Behind : public education and high stakes assessment : a report issued on behalf of National-Louis University, 2008. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America; 2009.

"Price and his colleagues contextualize the contemporary state of American public education, drawing upon its deep historical roots and philosophical underpinnings. This framework enables the reader to understand the turmoil engendered by current policy waves. These essays pose insightful questions about whether we can build on our historical strengths to meet modern-day challenges of the global era." -- Kathleen Sullivan-Brown, associate professor of educational leadership and policy studies, University of Missouri, St. Louis

Gonyea RM, Kuh GD. Using NSSE in institutional research. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; 2009.
Cuban L. Hugging the middle : how teachers teach in an era of testing and accountability. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University; 2009.

"Larry Cuban's How Teachers Taught has been widely acclaimed as a pathbreaking text on the history and evolution of classroom teaching. Now Cuban brings his great experience as a classroom teacher, superintendent, and researcher to this highly anticipated follow-up to his groundbreaking work. Focusing on three diverse school districts (Arlington, Virginia; Denver, Colorado; Oakland, California), Hugging the Middle offers an incisive portrayal of how teachers teach now."

Garrison C, Chandler D, Ehringhaus M, Group MP. Effective classroom assessment : linking assessment with instruction. Westerville, Ohio: National Middle School Association and Measured Progress; 2009.
Rebell MA, Wolff JR. No Child Left Behind at the crossroads. New York: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University; 2009.