Unformatted text preview: not being taught the same material. Although the article states that the 33 questions were multiple choice and were drawn from a federal government test administered in 1986, it doesn’t say the general difficulty of the questions, whether or not students were time-restricted in their responses, or how the organization chose which questions they felt should be administered on the quiz. Two of the founders do not place the blame entirely on the No Child Left Behind Act. One of the main problems they find is not necessarily with the act itself but instead focus on a result of No Child Left Behind: “The nation’s education system has become obsessed with testing and basic skills because of the requirements of federal law, and that is not healthy”....
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- Spring '08
- Child Left, History of education, Education in the United States, common core