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What Can We Learn From "No Child Left Behind" Act?

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Naoko Chiba

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Research
What Can We Learn From
"No Child Left Behind" Act?
Naoko CHIBA

Outline
Reconsideration-1
References
Reconsideration-2
1. "No Child Left Behind" Act

Conclusion
Thank you for listening!!
Body-1
What NCLB caused
i) Are the subjects not covered on the tests not really
important?
2. "A Blueprint for Reform"

3. Research Question
Introduction

Body

Conclusion

What is "No Child Left Behind" Act?


i) "No Child Left Behind" Act
ii) The goals
1: What is AYP?

2: What NCLB caused
3: Reconsideration
i) Difinition
ii) How AYP is taken
ii) From teachers' point of view
iii) From students' point of view
What is AYP?
Adequate yearly Progress
Schools had to report
test performance
participation
graduation rate or attendance rate
School districts could know which school made AYP or not.
i) Are the subjects not covered on the test not really
important?

ii) Does the testing really work well?
Body-2
Body-3
Body-3
ii) Does the testing really work well?
A BLUEPRINT FOR REFORM The Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. (2010, March).

A Teacher’s Guide to Fixing No Child Left Behind ED.gov (2011, May 24).

AYP Results for 2010-11 Center on Education Policy. (2011, December).

Charles, Katrina. (2012, July 10).

Darling-Hammond, Linda. (n.d.) What we can learn from Finland’s successful school reform.

Fitzgerald John. (2008, February 27). NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND: THE TEACHERS’ VOICE ASURVEY OF TEACHER ATTITUDES TOWARD NCLB.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Adequate Yearly Progress System TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY (2012, August 8).



Lyneham, Heidi. (2009). The impact of Anxiety on Student Performance?

Solman, Isabella. (2011, July 16). Local teens speak about the importance of music class in school.

Susana Vale, Rute Santos, Luisa Soares-Miranda, Pedro Silva, Jorge Mota. (2010, October 26).
The importance of physical education classes in pre-school children.

What the No Child Left Behind law means for your child (n.d.).

Wilson, D. Lerone. No Child Left Behind [Documentary Film]. (n.d.).

2001: Bush touts ‘No Child Left Behind’ CNN news (2001, January).


NCLB Act influenced on schools, teachers, and students negatively.
It is needed to think that what really causes a positive influence on students and teachers.
The promotion of school which makes students and teachers feel safety and motivation might be the key to overcoming the problem of over testing.
i) From schools' point of view
Proposed by George W. Bush in 2001.

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