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  GloOchoa
Feb 6, 2015
 

Is the No Child Left Behind Really Beneficial?

 
Since the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law took effect in 2002, it has had a sweeping impact on U.S. public school classrooms. It affects what students are taught, the tests they take, the training of their teachers and the way money is spent on education. 
 
In essence, advancing children to the next level without them having them truly learning that level of instruction turns out future adults that cant count back change from a hamburger transaction.. 
 
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  dadvocate   A wasteful policy. Anything that tries to address every student is surely going to disrupt what is working for many. Too many standards takes the decision making away from the people who know best.

Sat, Feb 7, 2015 at 9:32:44 AM
 

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