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In this article, the writer introduces, discusses and analyzes the topic of educational theory. Specifically, the paper analyzes the meaning of the terms "authentic assessments," "excellence in education," "No Child Left Behind," "educating the whole child" and "education that makes a difference." The writer points out that each of these terms is highly relative to today's educator. The writer explains that they are terms used in theory related to theories practiced in the classroom environment. Thus, the writer maintains that understanding the terms is vital to a student of education or educational leadership.
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