Pontiac v. Spellings
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In this article, the writer argues in favor of the plaintiffs/appellants in Pontiac v. Spellings in their appeal of federal government unfunded mandates associated with the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
From the Paper:"The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law as described by the National Education Association (NEA) essentially states that the federal government must pay for the rules and regulations that it is now imposing on the nation's public schools. Multiple mandates under the NCLB are designed to foster dramatic improvements in student achievement and learning outcomes while addressing ongoing concerns regarding very real disparities and inequities in the national public school system."
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