No child left behind

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No child left behind

  1. 1. Piper Stone, TJ Turner, Grant Wethington, Veronica Rosales
  2. 2.  No Child Left Behind was established from 2001-2002. Proposed on January 23, 2001 Passed by House of Representatives on May 23, 2001 Passed by Senate on June 14, 2001 Program Establishment
  3. 3.  Signed by George W. Bush (president when the program was established) on January 8, 2002 The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 was the law that established this program. Program Establishment
  4. 4.  No Child Left Behind supports standard-based education reforms (standardized testing) based on premise that setting high standards and establishing measurable goals can improve individual outcomes in education. Purpose/Mission Statement
  5. 5.  Educators and policy makers questioned feasibility and fairness of goals. Poll showed in 2003 Half of school principals felt the federal legislative was aimed at undermining public schools. Political Controversy
  6. 6.  The Department of Education is the federal government department agency that administers/oversees No Child Left behind. NCLB is administered at the state and local level. States must create Adequate Yearly Progress Objectives to comply with No Child Left Behind. Administration
  7. 7.  No Child Left Behind is still controversial. Teachers do not like to be evaluated on student test scores. It has been in the news recently because NCLB has been up for reauthorization since 2007 but has just reauthorized been in July. Controversial
  8. 8.  No Child Left Behind has been modified many times. Obama has pushed to change it. Modifications
  9. 9.  Costs are greater than expected because there was a large push for quality teachers and more professional development. School districts and state education agencies complained about it because they claimed NCLB funding did not cover those expenses. Costs
  10. 10.  The total federal education funding increased from $42.2 billion to $55.7 billion from 2001 to 2004. The federal funding for education increased 59.8% from 2000 to 2003. Costs
  11. 11.   The money is distributed to the states through grants to pay for No Child Left Behind.  There are four types of grants: 1. Basic grant 2. Concentration grant 3. Targeted assistance 4. Education incentive grant formula Payments
  12. 12.  All states participate in No Child Left Behind. Some states are trying to opt out because the goals set are not reasonable. 32 states have received waivers to opt out. Participation
  13. 13. 1. Which president signed the No Child Left Behind act? A.George Bush B.George W. Bush C.Bill Clinton D.Barack Obama
  14. 14. B. George W. Bush
  15. 15. 2. No Child Left Behind was proposed in _____ and signed in _____. A.2001; 2002 B.2000; 2002 C.2001; 2003 D.2000; 2001
  16. 16. A.2001; 2002
  17. 17. 3. What original law established No Child Left Behind? A. Education Act B. Elementary Act C. Federal Schooling Act D. Elementary and Secondary Education Act
  18. 18. D. Elementary and Secondary Education Act
  19. 19. 4. When was the Elementary and Secondary Education Act established? A. 1953 B. 1960 C. 1965 D. 1975
  20. 20. C. 1965
  21. 21. 5. What government agency oversees No Child Left Behind? A. Department of Education B. Federal Bureau of Education C. Homeland Security D. Department of National Welfare
  22. 22. A. Department of Education
  23. 23.   www.edweek.org/ew/issues/no-child-left-behind/  http://www2.ed.gov/nclb/landing.jhtml Works Cited

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