No Child Left Bend Act
Introduction to Teaching and Learning
NCBL's rationale was to endorse standard-based education. to obtain federal funding for schools, each state would develop basic skills assessments in diverse grades during the school
year. Initiating national standards and exams for students to pass was not intended, and state.
would form and assess their standards
NCLB or No Child Left Behind, characterizes legislation which endeavors to achieve a
values- foundation in reforming education , which will sanction federal programs to embrace
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Open enrollment opposer believe this may cause choosing school for reason other than eduactional quality, in addition oppopser also believe that charter school would take away funding from public school. (Armstrong, D2009).
Supporters , however feel that choice in schools has tremendous prospective of taking action to the various needs of the students, and improving educational eminence, and supporters feel vouchers will give parents a better way to achieve the stability involving private and public education benefits. supports also believe that with open-enrollment parents will take a closer at the academic programs in schools. supporters challenge the traditional attendance-zone arrangement. They see school choice as a key ingredient in improving educational quality. (Armstrong, D2009).
The No Child Left Behind Act , from my point of view has many good points that could provide many benefits in the future, however it is going to take a lot of effort to put all of this in place in manner to where it will be effective for everyone, my main concern is students who may learner at a slower pace could suffer the most, from the act in the event care is not taken to ascertain that these student will be provided any addition help to achieve the goals which are set. As for the teaching standards I feel, should have been put in place a long time ago, as a parent ,I have seen from my past experience in the Virginia school system , where my son had trouble in reading , and it was clear that the teacher he had did not take time to see the slow ability and he suffered because of this in the quality of his education , he passed up through the grades without having the skills he should have acquired during his early childhood learning years.
What this will mean for my future in...