The No Child Left Behind Act was an act of congress in 2002 that changed the standards and procedures for disadvantaged students in the public school system. It required states to develop basic assessments that students must complete every year to see the level of development. These schools must also reach a certain standard in order to receive federal funding. This change in policies came as quite a shock to parents, teachers, and students alike. Has it really benefited the children in America or has it been more a hindrance?


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