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The constant movement to improve schooling and student achievement outcomes. Though dating back to the Committee of Ten (1892), more recently, A Nation at Risk (1983) is generally credited with bolstering the back-to-basics and school account ability movements. The most recent national example is the No Child Left Behind Act (2000). For more information, see National Commission on Excellence in Education (1983).

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