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Time Line

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Time Line
Title IX
The law states that "no person in the United States shall on the basis of sex be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance."
Brown vs. The Board of Education
Brown vs. The Board of Education of Topeka, 347 U.S. 483 (1954), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case in which the Court declared state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students to be unconstitutional
IDEA
No Child Left Behind
The No Child Left Behind Act authorizes several federal education programs that are administered by the states. The law is a re authorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. which emphasizes equal access to education, sets high standards for academic performance, and demands a rigorous level of accountability from schools and districts.
Time Line
Title IX

1972
No Pass No Play

1984
No Child Left
Behind
2002
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Title_IX

Brown vs.
Board of
Education
1954
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_v._Board_of_Education
IDEA

1997
No Pass No Play
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) ensures that all children with disabilities are entitled to a free appropriate public education to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living. Prior to IDEA, over 4 million children with disabilities were denied appropriate access to public education. Many children were denied entry into public school altogether, while others were placed in segregated classrooms, or in regular classrooms without adequate support for their special needs (Katsiyannis, Yell, Bradley, 2001; Martin, Martin, Terman, 1996; U.S. Department of Education, 2010).
http://www.apa.org/about/gr/issues/disability/idea.aspx
https://www.k12.wa.us/ESEA/NCLB.aspx
https://www.k12.wa.us/ESEA/default.aspx
The No Pass No Play rule stipulates that Texas public school students who participate in extracurricular activities must achieve a passing grade (70% or higher, 60% or higher for Pre-AP or AP courses) each six-week grading period in order to qualify to continue participating in extracurricular activities such as athletics, band, and orchestra.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Pass_No_Play
David Sheffield

Lumberton High School ,
Lumberton, Texas(1971)

Constuction Management

Step-Father
Theresa Sheffield

South High School
South Houston, Texas (1983)

Continental Airlines

Owner Sheffield Acoustical (1984)

Mother
Henri Thiberville

Jersey Village High School Jersey Village, Texas(2008)

Part time Student,

Payroll Clerk

Me
Hannah Galba

Klein Forest high School,
Spring, Texas
Collierville High School,
Collierville, TN (2012)

Retail Clerk

Cousin
How Did Brown vs. Board of Education affect a generation's education
1. It lead to the desegregation of schools.
2. It brought racial tension to the forefront in schools.
3. It made many of the first black students in white schools become targets for hate.
4. It brought violence into schools from both sides.
5. It allowed black people to attend local schools.

How Title IX affected Eduction
1. Women could participate in sports that had been previously closed to them.
2. Women could now participate in any educational arena that received federal funds.
3. Better education mean't more job opportunities for women.
4. Women's rights were given legal grounds.
5. It challenged gender roles.
No Pass No Play's affect on a generation's education
David: 5 way Brown vs. The Board of Education affected his education
1. It was a scary idea.. growing up in Lumberton there was obvious segregation and racism.
2. De-segregation was legal but not abided by.
3. The government forced the issue by closing several black schools in the region.
4. There was not a lot of support for this idea.
5. The closure of these schools hurt "black" communities that had formed and several "black" owned businesses failed.
How Title IX affected Theresa's education
1. Title IX allowed her to play water polo, with the boys.
2. As a young girl, she always wanted be an airline pilot; however, she was discouraged, because she was a girl.
3. She knew from her water polo experience that she had a chance because of Title IX
4. She was accepted, one of a handful of women into Continental Airlines' Pilot Development Program at San
Jacinto College
5. This education was very important to her success in her career in Flight Operations At Continental Airlines
How IDEA affected Henri
1. My disabilities were identified and modifications and accommodations were made for me
2. I had a team of people monitoring my educational progress
3. I was able to be assessed orally rather than being held back because I could not write the answer
4. I had additional instruction to help me achieve my reading and writing goals
5. My AARD team never gave up on me and my school made every effort to ensure that I received the best education possible
Hannah: How No Child Left Behind Affected Her
1.Hannah felt like all teachers cared about was how well she did on the TAKS.
2. On test days she would have a stomach ache.
3. She worried that it she did not do well on the test she would not be able to go to college
4. She was not a bad student but she does not test well.
5. Hannah has taken 60 hours in college and is doing well: however, she still does not have confidence in her academic abilities.

5 ways this law affected it's generation
1.The law gave students with disabilities the right to have an education
2. Students with disabilities were allowed accommodations and modifications as their disability deemed necessary.
3. Students with disabilities were place in regular class rooms
4.This was a landmark attempt to include students with disabilities
5.The law helped students with disabilities create independent lives.
How no child left behind effected a generation
1. Required the state to create standards
2. Created a state testing system
3. Teacher's job security was based on test scores
4. Washington had the final say on accountability standards
5. Teacher's recorded student's progress to protect their jobs
1.It placed unwanted stress on students who were not strong academically
2. It placed unwanted stress on teachers who had to deal with angry parents.
3. It excluded students who are not strong academically from extra-curricular activities.
4. It motivated students to do well in class.
5. It put the focus on the real reason that students are in school.
Lori Galba



Sam Rayburn High School
Pasadena Texas (1988)




Aunt
Lori: 5 Ways that No Pass No Play Affected Her Education
1. She had to sit out for 3 weeks from flag team.
2. She lost her spot as captain of flag team.
3. This caused depression leading to poor personal choices.
4.Bringing the grades up did not help the humiliation of sitting out those 3 weeks.
5. She would have liked having another option like study hall or summer school.
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