AHS 3: No child left behind


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AHS 3: No child left behind

  1. 1. No Child Left Behind By: Noah Temke, Bailey Thatcher, Madison Swan, & Sam Sullivan
  2. 2. When Was It Established? O The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, signed into law by President Bush on Jan. 8, 2002, O It was a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the central federal law in pre-collegiate education.
  3. 3. The Mission O Designed to drive students to achieve higher standards and to hold states and schools more accountable for student progress. O NCLB also ensures that students in every public school achieves important learning goals while being educated in safe classrooms by well- prepared teachers.
  4. 4. Law that Established Program O NCLB was a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. O Elementary and Secondary Education Act- passed in 1965, and emphasizes equal access to education and establishes high standards and accountability.
  5. 5. Political Controversy O There are controversial deadlines that require that students in all schools must meet or exceed state standards for education. teachers and schools don't agree on the requirements because not all students are capable of reaching the required levels.
  6. 6. Political Controversy Cont. O There are controversial deadlines that require that students in all schools must meet or exceed state standards for education.
  7. 7. Modifications O No there has been no modification or waiver given by the federal government since its inception.
  8. 8. The Costs O $85 to $150 billion a year O In 2001 it cost 1 billion and in 2013 it cost 25 billion O Costs are greater now than when the program started
  9. 9. State Participation O There is an option to not use the no child left behind but half of the united states have chosen to implement the program.
  10. 10. Cost for Federal vs. state O New costs to give to all students standards-based opportunities are estimated 27.5% or 137.8 billion dollars
  11. 11. Administered O They help bridge the gap between groups of students.
  12. 12. Grants O The application is reviewed by a panel of peers, and they decide if they are able to get the program or not.
  13. 13. Requirements O Teachers, who are qualified in one subject will have three years to become qualified in multiple subjects O To be deemed a qualified O -Must have a bachelor’s degree O -Full state certification O -Prove that they know each subject they teach
  14. 14. 5 questions O 1. Who was the president when no child left behind was established? O A. Ronald Reagan O B. George W. Bush O C. Bill Clinton O D. Richard Nixon O 2. What is the programs purpose? O A. Support poor families with medical care O B. Provide free food for all Americans O C. Protect right for teachers O D. Help public school children make proficient or accelerated grades
  15. 15. O 3.What federal department oversees this program? O A. Department of education O B. Department of health O C. Department of Defense O D. Department of yo mama O 4. Do all states participate in the program? O A. yes, all 50 states participate O B. no, only half O 5. When was the program started? O A. 2008 O B. 1970 O C. 900 BC O D. 2001
  16. 16. Work cited O http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2011-08- 08/local/35269406_1_education-reform-education-secretary- arne-duncan-standards O http://blog.heritage.org/2012/01/09/a-decade-after-no-child-left- behind-time-for-a-right-turn-in-education/ O http://www.governing.com/gov-data/education-data/states-no- child-left-behind-waivers.htm O http://www.k12.wa.us/esea/