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No Educator Left Behind is a series providing answers from the U.S. Department of Education to questions about the federal No Child Left Behind Act and how it will affect educators. If you have a question about No Child Left Behind, send an e-mail to Ellen Delisio, and we will submit your question to the Department of Education.

Question:

Does any part of the No Child Left Behind Act deal with helping students make the transition from eighth grade to ninth grade?

U.S. Department of Education:

No part of the No Child Left Behind Act specifically deals with helping students transition from middle school to high school. The emphasis on assessing students annually in grades 3 to 8 and monitoring their progress, however, is aimed at better preparing youngsters for high school. That preparation should make students' transition easier and their chances of success in high school greater.

Read previous questions and answers in our No Educator Left Behind archive.

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