Journal Article: The No Child Left Behind Act Raises Growing Concerns


UNITED States. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, EDUCATION -- United States, EDUCATIONAL quality, ACHIEVEMENT gap, EDUCATION -- Curricula, EDUCATIONAL law & legislation -- United States, UNITED States


McReynolds, Kate


2006, Summer2006


Psychology Press / Holistic Education Press


The article focuses on the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of U.S. President George W. Bush on the quality of education in the country. The legislation aims to close the achievement gap the exists in education. It is conceived that NCLB will not achieve its goals. In a survey conducted by the Center on Educational Policy, 71% of the school districts in the country have narrowed their curricula in order to meet government benchmarks in math and reading since the passage of NCLB.


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