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Progress Monitoring Improves Instruction - Educational Leadership, Mar. 1999, - Tests-Don%27t-Measure-Educational-Quality.aspx . W. Popham is a UCLA Emeritus Professor of Education and Information studies, making him knowledgeable about standardized testing of which I will be discussing. In the article,
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Popham gives sample questions that would be found on a test and proves why not all students have an equal opportunity to the knowledge needed to answer the questions. This goes with my paper in showing that not all students are balanced, proving that the No Child Left Behind Act is not helping our education system. In comparison to Klein’s article, this article will help provide more clarity on the argument that the NCLB Act is not working. Klein, Alyson. “No Child Left Behind Overview: Definitions, Requirements, Criticisms, and More.” Education Week, Editorial Project in Education, 25 Oct. 2018, - summary.html . Alyson Klein is an author for Education Week who has a focus in covering the politics of education, making her a relevant source for my article. This article will help more so than the one written in the Gale Encyclopedia, because Klein has more of a background in education specifically. Klein writes of what is required of the schools by the law and discusses the criticisms of the law. Overall this source is addressed toward the general public, as it does give
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  • Spring '17
  • Emily Masterson
  • The American, No child left behind Act, Standardized test, Alyson Klein

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