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摘要:美国总统布什签署了 “不让一个孩子落后”的法案,也许学校系统和学校的领导会利用这一法案来证明他们所提出的改革是必要的。

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回到2002,时任美国总统布什签署了No Child Left Behind Act(简称NCLB,“不让一个孩子落后”法案)。这种行为的主要目标是帮助改善边缘少年和少数民族学生的成绩水平,因此给每个孩子一个适当的教育。这是通过联邦基金来实施,并给当地的学校提出指导原则,。当这个法案通过时它产生了很多争议。在下面的页面中关于这个法案的制定以及如何使用将被解释。

这个法案的目标是不让一个孩子落后,自由派是更多地关注少数学生的成就。而保守派提出加强学校的选择和更严格的标准。保守党很快拒绝NCLB过高的代价和政府干预。在2004年,犹他州给了他百分之72的选票,在任何州他的保证金最高(Antel, 2005。)

 

Back in 2002, President George W. Bush signed into law the No Child Left Behind Act. This acts main goal is to help improve the achievement levels for at-risk and minority students, therefore giving each child a proper education. This was to be done through federal funds and guidelines that were to be given to the local schools. When this act was passed, it created a lot of controversy. In the following pages, the issues that this act created and how it was to be used will be explained.

 

The goal the No Child Left Behind Act promised was that liberals were to increase spending and focus more on the minority student achievement. It offered conservatives enhanced school choice and tougher standards. Conservatives soon balked at NCLB’s exorbitant price tag and federal meddling.Utahgave Bush 72 percent of its vote in 2004, his highest margin in any state (Antel, 2005.) In April, the Republican-controlled legislature voted to assign a higher priority to the state’s accountability laws than NCLB. RiskingUtah’s $76 million federal education funding, the Republican governor signed the bill. The Connecticut Association of School Superintendents also backs the attorney general. In all, officials in more than 40 states have proposed significant changes to the implementation of NCLB.

 

The National Education Association (NEA) and three states are already fighting it in court. The fact that the Federal Education Department makes 50% of the rules and provides not even 7% of education spending is one of the major complaints against them. If the state won’t work to closing this gap which is required by NCLB,Utahwill be leaving the Hispanic’s behind. Standardized test scores revealed comparable discrepancies betweenConnecticut’s black and white students. ButConnecticuteducation officials retort that the law doesn’t take into consideration the state’s demographics. The mainly white suburban schools are performing will above the national average which in turn is hurting the performance gap between blacks (Antel, 2005.)

 

Maybe the NCLB is naïve in assuming that all schools and all students will make unacceptable progress towards demonstrating proficiency, just as many educators are naive in assuming that all students should enter their classes performing at grade level. Maybe the NCLB does overestimate the capacity of states, school systems, and schools to implement the law, just as many schools overestim论文英语论文网提供整理,提供论文代写英语论文代写代写论文代写英语论文代写留学生论文代写英文论文留学生论文代写相关核心关键词搜索。

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