Did “No Child Left Behind” Law Kill Music Classes? No, But…

“NCLB may have had no discernible effect on overall enrollment rates in music,” he writes. However, his analysis—which tracked 9th- through 12th-grade enrollment in music classes from 1982 to 2009—concludes that the law “likely exacerbated the underrepresentation of Hispanic students in all types of music courses.”

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