No Child Left Behind
By, Jin Chang
No Child Left Behind is made to help kids, teachers, and academic institutions improve to a higher standard. Regulations was made to close the achievement gap between students. Regulations gives more overall flexibility in what the schools can do, gives father and mother more options in how exactly to help the youngster, and teaching students properly in a tested way.
Closing Achievement gaps, Accountability of schools
Regulations requires the states to spell it out how they'll make all students achieve educational proficiency and how they'll close the achievement gap between students.
The states must make gross annual state and institution district report cards to see parents and the communities about academic progress. However, schools that neglect to progress must definitely provide ways for students to improve such as for example free after-college tutoring. If the institution does not make noticeable improvement after 5 years, the institution must make dramatic changes in the way the school is run.
Methods to use funds
Under No Kid Left Behind, states and college districts have overall flexibility in how they use education funds, in trade for improved academic benefits.
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