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Tamara Waller Professor Antee ENC 1101 February 09, 2020 Topic: The Every Student Succeeds Act VS. No Child Left Behind Act: Which one fixed the problem? Thesis Statement: No Child Left Behind Act/The Every Student Succeeds Act was required to fix schools that failed to improve test scores adequately. Should that have been the only goal? What about the education tools that are suppose to be provided by the school systems? Aren't those put in place in order for the students to succeed on the required tests needed to go to the next level of their education? We will go through both Acts to determine if their methods were enough or if they fell short of the original goal. Annotated Bibliography Chen, Grace. “Understanding No Child Left Behind.” Public School Review, 4 Dec. 2007, - behind . No Child Left Behind is often described as a failure, and there is no question that the law fell short of many of its most ambitious goals. As the No Child Left Behind states, no children should be left behind; however, the data does not support this statement. It seems the No Child Left Behind Act was design to only make students meet or exceed in the state standards in only reading and math. Some schools have been accused of cutting back on studies involving science and the arts to increase the focus on English and math. As a result, some complain education isn’t really improving; it just means sacrificing one subject proficiency for another. Then there is also the

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