No Child Left Behind
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This paper is a summary of the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education (ESEA) of 1965, more commonly know as the No Child Left Behind Act. The paper explains that this legislation was a bi-partisan effort to fundamentally reform education at the federal level and encourage state and local school districts to improve educational standards. The paper explains that this is encouraged by providing federal funding dependant upon measurable standards and standardized testing. The paper relates that this Act is not without controversy and is opposed in part by the National Education Association.
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