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Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Teasley, Bettie Suzanne
URN etd-04182017-170439
Title The NCLB Choice Provisions and Effects of Mobility: A Review of the Literature and Research Designs
Degree Master of Science
Department Leadership and Policy Studies
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Gary Henry, Ph.D. Committee Chair
R. Dale Ballou, Ph.D. Committee Member
  • School Choice
  • NCLB
  • Student Mobility
  • School Choice and Achievement
  • NCLB School Choice
Date of Defense 2017-04-10
Availability unrestricted
This paper explore the choice provisions contained within the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). Examining the literature around student mobility in the context of school choice, the paper discusses the possible expectations for student achievement growth. NCLB choice is intended to be compensatory, giving students in low performing schools the opportunity to move to a higher performing school. However, the examination of mobility literature shows that the negative influence of mobility on student achievement may outweigh a compensatory effect that could be achieved by NCLB choice.
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