Posted: April 3rd, 2017
When NCLB was passed, the legislation guaranteed that it would not “mandate a State or any subdivision thereof to spend any funds or incur any costs not paid for under this Act.” A requirement of NCLB has been that the percentage of students of schools and districts scoring a proficient level on state standardized assessments will increase each year. Most Title I schools will face sanctions if all students are not scoring at the proficient range for Mathematics and English Language Arts. Read the article titled “State seeking No Child Left Behind exemption again” located at http://edsource.org/2015/state-pushing-for-exemption-from-nclb-test-score-requirement/73497#.VPicjrd0wdU. Next, propose changes to the reauthorization of NCLB, identifying areas of concern from your perspective. Present your discussion response in a video dialogue.
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