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How No Child Left Behind leaves all children behind

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With the educational needs of the highest and lowest performing students unmet, student achievement regresses to a new mean. All children are left behind.

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How No Child Left Behind leaves all children behind

  1. 1. How No Child Left Behind leaves all children behind
  2. 2. A normal distribution of student performance.
  3. 3. Automatically left out NCLB forces schools to focus attention away from educating students that outperform their peers since they are expected to test well with or without school support.
  4. 4. Society Automatically leaves left out behind NCLB fails to create systemic changes in special education or address socioeconomic realities that forge underperforming students.
  5. 5. The new mean. Society Automatically leaves left out behind With the educational needs of the highest and lowest performing students unmet, student achievement regresses to a new mean. All children are left behind.

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