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rhetoricalsituation4 - C.J. Gorrell Engl101 Rhetorical...

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C.J. Gorrell Engl101 Rhetorical Situation Paper 4 The topic of argument for this final paper is the No Child Left Behind Act, and its effectiveness in the classroom. As of this year, the act has been in place for eight years. Every year the act gets further and further from its goal, because students have been unable to make any considerable progress under the act direction. So the question that I argue is who is at fault and for whoever’s fault it is, what needs to be done? My argument is that the national and state governments need to be held accountable for the act’s failure. They control the ability to alter the act, and the ability to set a system for which the act is to be followed. This is opposed to the side that it is those who must follow the act that are not doing their job. Currently the two most identified challenges with the act are the lack of funding to support the act, and that the system set by the act is to vague for anyone to follow. So what needs to be done by these two levels of
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