summary - C.J. Gorrell Engl101 November 9, 2008 Summary of...

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Engl101 November 9, 2008 Summary of Argument The topic of my argument is the No Child Behind Act. The problem at hand is that the act has not been successful in achieving its goals. The goal of this act is to increase the proficiency of students in the academic realm. The audience that this argument pertains to is government legislature that has the ability to amend the act, as well as state governments and school districts that develop the practices under the act. All research and previous arguments agree that the act has not been successful in improving the school system, but where research and arguments disagree, is in whose fault it is that the act failed. On one side of the argument researchers blame the national government’s lack in funding the act as well as the fact that the act was written to vaguely to accurately guide public school systems, and on the other side researchers blame school systems for not developing successful programs in all the schools in the district. For the first side, researchers use evidence of lack in funding as well as
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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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