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    Bush’s No Child Left Behind Act Education is a never-ending battle of what 's best for the children. No one could ever pinpoint what makes children learn the best and how we should be teaching, but one man did try. President George W. Bush wanted the best education for Americana children possible and wanted it to be a vision in reach. He worked on the No Child Left Behind Act once in office and completely changed the face of education for children. The changes affected students, teachers, and schools in a whole. Down to the very last detail, everything was a whole new world and schools would never teach students the same. The NCLB Act promised to educate students better through a system they had never tried before. It was a promise…

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    In 2002, former President George W. Bush signed The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 into law with bi-partisan support. While signing NCLB into law, Former President Bush said, "Today begins a new time in public education... America 's school will be on a new path of reform and a new path of results" (Olson, 2002). As a reauthorization and improvement of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, NCLB had a mission to increase school and teacher accountability in order to narrow…

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    No Child Left Behind According to the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) pamphlet, “the No Child Left Behind Act gives states and cities more control and more flexibility to use resources where they are needed most. Principals and administrators would spend less time filling out forms and more time helping a child learn” (Ten Facts Everyone Should Know about the NCLB). This claim shows how promising the NCLB was supposed to be. The government had NCLB pamphlets issued to parents and teachers to let…

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    Why the No Child Left Behind Act Should be Reformed? On January 8, 2002, President George W. Bush passed the No Child Left Behind Act. It was passed because “The [education] system was focused on itself, not on students” (Paige). However, the No Child Left Behind Act failed to make education better. If anything, it has made it worse. This is why the No Child Left Behind Act should be reformed. President Bush intended for the No Child Left Behind Act to change the culture of education by using…

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    The No Child Left Behind Act known as NCLB was implemented on January 8, 2002 and signed by President George W. Bush. During this time, there were major concerns about the state of education in public school. The policy wants to close the achievement gap in flexibility, accountability and the choices so that no child would ever be left behind. Before the NCLB Act, there was policy in place called Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). This policy set the standards for equal access to…

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    No Child Left Behind Introduction The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) was signed in 2002 by President Bush as a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965. One of the main issues with the No Child Left Behind Act is that legislators are looking at the law from a standpoint of not being in the classroom and seeing how the act is implemented each and every day. When a new education act or law is passed, the legislators review the law and then if everyone agrees, it is…

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    no child left behind act When children get left behind something is wrong with the system. In the US in 2001 an urgent change in the educational system was necessary. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) from 1965 by President Lyndon B. Johnson wasn't sufficient anymore for the educational system of the 21st century. Children that get left behind is something no one, nonetheless a parent wants to hear but it was the bitter truth then for many children in many different households.…

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    Come On, Let’s Go: The No Child Left Behind Act Working People always talk about their high school experience. Not many talk about their middle school experiences. I went to a middle school with a very low overall minority percentage. There were moments when I felt like I did not belong, due to the color of my skin. I would think of how lucky I was to have the opportunity to go to a school like Jay M. Robinson. My way of thinking changed because I knew that to get educated it did not matter if…

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    Summary of the Act The No Child Left Behind Act was signed by President George W. Bush in 2002. This act has significantly increased the role of government in education and schools are now held responsible for their students’ academic performance. Purpose The main attempt by the American government in creating the No Child Left Behind Act was to have all children arrive at equal proficiency levels and level the playing field for underprivileged students. In addition, the government aspired…

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    various authors discussed how the No Child Left Behind Act has forgotten it’s most profound and intellectual students. This article demonstrated how gifted students are forced to subdue themselves to a generic means of education and how many are left to fend for themselves in the realm of education. Reading this article will make readers aware of what changes are being made for students who deserve to be challenged so that their superior intellect may be pushed toward superiority. This form of…

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