NCLBA

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NCLBANo Child Left Behind Act
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Its predecessor, the No Child Left Behind Act - the latest version of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 - was designed to bolster public education nationwide and close racial and socioeconomic student achievement gaps.
This reveals the high aspirations of the No Child Left Behind Act - it will not allow any school to focus on easy-to-teach students while ignoring racial or ethnic minorities, English language learners or the disabled.
As a result, the ESEA was revamped and renamed the No Child Left Behind Act by George W.
PRINCETON, NJ -- As the Obama administration and Congress ponder the fate of the No Child Left Behind Act, Americans are inclined to retain it but not necessarily in its present form.
This article notes that according to a study released in November 2009, the No Child Left Behind Act has significantly boosted mathematics achievement among students in the United States.
Since its implementation, the No Child Left Behind Act has been successful in narrowing the achievement gap and improving student performance.
On June 10, 2003, President Bush announced that every state had to have an accountability plan in place that strives to achieve the goals set forth by the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA).
As I am sure you know, the arts are a core academic subject under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
In "No Way Out" (page 34), Lisa Snell documents the abject failure of the federal No Child Left Behind Act, which was supposed to rescue poor kids from failing public schools by giving them the "choice" to enroll at better institutions.
There are three realities of modern education that shape all public school classroom content: the National Science Education Standards (NSES), state curriculum standards, and the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, also known as the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
The No Child Left Behind Act is our current administration's attempt to bureaucratize and institutionalize Jesus' parable.
And an obscure section in the No Child Left Behind Act would prove quite useful to the SSS should the draft be renewed.