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Fact and Definition Cause and Effect Value Action Jurisdiction Source 1 Graff, Gerald. “Hidden Intellectualism”. They Say I Say . New York: W.W. Norton, 2006. Pop culture subjects can help students develop academic principles. Such subjects often use academic principles for developing arguments and presenting material. Teacher inability to retain students’ interests causes students to feel as if they are not academically inclined. If schools were able to make the connection between pop culture subjects and academic ones, students would take a greater interest in their classes. Schools need to make a connection between street smarts and academic work to improve the success of their students Schools need to take advantage of students’ street smarts Source 2 Packer, Joel. “The NEA supports Substantial Overhaul, Not Repeal, of NCLB”. Phi Delta Kappan , 89 (2007): 265-269. EBSCO host. University of Maryland, McKeldin Lib. 10 Oct. 2008 <http://search.ebscohost.com> The NCLB has little to impact on the racial and poverty gaps. Lack in funding keeps the NCLB act from making intended improvements NCLB has severally narrowed the curriculum NCLB needs to reformed and given necessary funding Legislatures in the house of representatives Source 3 Rose, Lowell C. “NCLB: Failed Schools or Failed Law? ”. Educational Horizons 82 (2004): 121-130. EBSCO host. University of Maryland, McKeldin Lib. 10 Oct. 2008 Larger schools test more students, and are more likely to fail to achieve AYP’s NCLB does not separate goals by subgroups which means certain groups will always fail to achieve NCLB’s narrow
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course ENGL ENGL101 taught by Professor Esprit during the Spring '09 term at Maryland.

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