Research Paper On Nclb Act
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Need for CTE Education
An 8 page research paper that examines literature pertaining to career and technical education (CTE) and to the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001. Three research questions are explored via a literature review and the writer concludes that the NCLB Act is not achieving its agenda and viable options for students, such as CTE, are being dropped as a consequence of pressure from high-stakes testing. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Status of American Education
A 3 page research paper that offers a discussion of educational literature. Since 1983 and the publication of “A Nation at Risk,” which gave a devastatingly negative report on the status of American education, the federal government has been attempting to reform the public school system with such programs as the Goals 2000, and then with the institution of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act. This examination of literature looks at a variety of scholarly articles in order to ascertain the current status of American education, its successes and failures. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
The NCLB, A School Improvement Idea
A 5 page research paper that examines the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act: the role and impact of this reform idea on student learning, while also analyzing the costs of this law in terms of legal, financial, personal and institutional implementation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
No Child Left Behind Act
A 5 page research paper that addresses policy issues associated with the NCLB Act. The writer outlines that issue, its background, efficacy of its assumptions and how scholarship addresses this issue. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Ethics and NCLB Act
This 11 page paper considers ethical issues related to the NCLB Act. The essay begins with the major provisions of the Act and the funding levels for 2004. The ethical issues raised are: Chicago's refusal to stop their public tutoring program paid for with NCLB funds (they failed to meet the criteria to continue funding their own program). The ethical issue addressed is the law versus the child's needs. Another ethical issue discussed is the fact that every state is sitting on NCLB money they have not distributed to local districts and they have been holding these monies for over three years, in most cases. The essay ends concluding most educational leaders will not face the same ethical issue that exists in Chicago but they will face another issue. This is discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.