Do you think anything will change now that there won't be NCLB or AYP? My dad is a special ed teacher in my home state and he seems to think that with this change, it will really change their special ed programs. He thinks they'll go away from "full inclusion" which was mostly started out of fear that students with disabilities weren't getting enough classroom content to pass the test (in his district anyway), and go back to more resource/pull out programs. He also thinks there may be a decrease in "teaching to the test" with no AYP to meet. I'm not so optimistic. I think they'll just come up with something else- most states already are with merit pay being tied to test scores, encouraging teachers to teach to the test even if there is no AYP. What do you think (if anything) willl be different?