Testing Times: Montana's Struggle To Leave No Child Behind

First Aired Thursday, May 20, 2004

The University of Montana s award-winning Student Documentary Unit tackles the effects on Montana pupils and educators of the federal No Child Left Behind Act. Naysayers call the law impossible, supporters say it's innovative. Advocates of both views speak out from cities and towns across Montana, including Billings, Plentywood, Sand Springs, Lame Deer and Columbia Falls. Produced by the students of the University Of Montana School Of Journalism, Department of Radio-Television. 

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