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1 Murungi Kendi Murungi English 2000 Laura Faulk 19 October 2011 No Child Left Behind By all accounts, No Child Left Behind had a profound impact on American education. Some are in favor of the act and its effects, while others vehemently oppose it. Two articles, “Hidden Benefits and Unintended Consequences of No Child Left Behind Policies for Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing,” by Stephanie W. Cawthon, and “Gauging Growth: How to Judge No Child Left Behind?” by Bruce Fuller, Joseph Wright, Kathryn Gesicki and Erin Kang, examine different aspects of the act. “Hidden Benefits,” published in the American Education Research Journal , examines the “consequences of NCLB policy on SDHH [students who are deaf or hard of hearing] in two areas: assessment and accountability” (Cawthon 460). Simply, through her research, Cawthon examines how NCLB changes when it comes to deaf students. Cawthon argues NCLB isn’t properly outfitted to evaluate these students. As they are lumped with normal students statistics-wise, they are lost in the wind – essentially grouped with other disabled students to where the troubles and success of deaf students remains largely undocumented. On the other hand, “Gauging Growth,” published in Educational Researcher , argues that while student test scores continue to climb since the enactment of
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