What defines a highly qualified teacher of LEP students? What is required of LEP students and who is accountable? How is progress of all students ensured? When and how is English language proficiency assessed? All of these questions, and many more, are answered in this six-page brochure, designed to assist educators, administrators, and policymakers understand the fundamentals of what the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 means for limited English proficient (LEP) programs and students. Additional highlights of Quick Key 5 include a list of activities that will receive federally administered competitive grants, key resources from NCREL and other national organizations, as well as a series of questions to help guide educators.