In January 2002 the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) was signed into law to improve educational opportunities for all children. This legislation supports the District’s efforts to provide a strong standards-based educational program for all students.
Although NCLB expired in 2008, California continues to wait for a reauthorization or a waiver from the U.S. Secretary of Education. President Obama has authorized a waiver process and California Secretary of Education, Tom Torlakson has indicated that California would apply for the waiver.
TUSD continues to make growth each year in the three achievement areas by which we are measured. Irrespective of this growth, the District has been identified as a program improvement (PI) district in the area of math for three numerically significant subgroups: Hispanic or Latino, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged, and Students with Disabilities.
- Get Additonal PI information
- Read the District's Local Education Agency (LEA) Plan
- Read the District's Title I PI Plan
- Read the District's Title III PI Plan
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