No Child Left Behind, Ten Years Later
A round table discussion on NCLB and its influence on public education law, policy and practice
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Education law experts will explore the effect of the No Child Left behind Act upon public education law, policy and practice, focusing on emergent legal and policy issues, including:
- Federalism and State and local control over education
- Revocation and re-authorization
- School performance and achievement gaps
- Alternatives and possible reforms
- Policy implications of the Act
Shavar Jeffries, Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School
Craig Livermore, Founder/Executive Director, The New Jersey Law and Education Empowerment Project (NJ LEEP)
Dennis D. Parker, American Civil Liberties Union, Director of the Racial Justice Program and veteran civil rights attorney.
Professor Alan R. Sadovnik, Rutgers University, Department of Urban Education, Associate Director of the Institute on Education Law and Policy.
Paul Tractenberg, Rutgers School of Law-Newark, founder of the Education Law Center.
A dinner reception hosted by the Rutgers Law Record will follow
Attorneys: CLE Credit: 2.0 credit hours NJ | NY and 1.5 credit hours PA, Registration Fee: $60.
All Others: Admission is FREE.