Reading Reflection #1

Reading Reflection #1 - Yip 1 Stacey Yip EDS 136/139 Sarah...

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Yip 1 Stacey Yip EDS 136/139 Sarah Simpson 4 April 2011 Reading Reflection #1 Prior to this class and reading the articles on the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, I did not have much knowledge about NCLB. I remember hearing about it back in high school, but I never really thought much about what exactly the act did and meant for education systems. I knew that it had something to do with equal education for all students, but I did not know how the government was going to achieve this, nor did I care to ever really read or find out about it. From the media and from brief discussions in my classes in high school, I thought NCLB just meant that they would provide schooling for all students, in the sense that “no child would be left behind” meaning no child would be left without access to schooling. This is what I thought was the equal education for all students aspect of the act. After reading the articles about NCLB and the proposed changes to the act, it is definitely clear to me that the education system is a much more complex and controversial issue than I had first imagined it to be. While NCLB’s goal is to provide better learning opportunities for low-
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course EDS 136 taught by Professor Chung,l during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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