"No Child Left Behind Act"
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In this paper the author looks at how the " No Child Left Behind Act" should more adequately address the needs of individual students. He highlights how policies enacted in the spirit of generalized legislation should be removed to allow local, state, and community governments to decide the provisions necessary for their children and schools. The paper concludes with how public awareness must be raised to accomplish these goals.
From the Paper:"Teachers forced to teach under the new system also provide the same concerns, saying that they simply do not have the resources to provide some of the services demanded by the act and instead have to lessen their individual attention to start incorporating the standardized lessons. As a response, many of the critics argue that the NCLB bill should never have been passed to affect public education and that it is a blight on an already faltering system. Others, however, take a less dramatic stance, instead offering solutions to help the system provide more individual attention rather than generalizations. "
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"No Child Left Behind Act" (2006, June 10) Retrieved May 24, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/essay/no-child-left-behind-act-66362/
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