Croteau Level Moderate Topic Educational Structure and Inequality

Croteau level moderate topic educational structure

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Croteau - Chapter 13 #36 Level: Moderate Topic: Educational Structure and Inequality Type: Synthesis
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37. (p. 360) The goal of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) was to A. make the state more accountable for student performance. B. take responsibility away from schools in terms of instruction. C. make schools more accountable for student performance. D. make schools less accountable for student performance. Croteau - Chapter 13 #37 Level: Moderate Topic: Contemporary Educational Issues and Trends Type: Comprehension 38. (p. 360) What was the primary way that the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) evaluated student performance? A. through extensive standardized testing B. through interviews with students C. through classroom observation D. through teacher comments Croteau - Chapter 13 #38 Level: Moderate Topic: Contemporary Educational Issues and Trends Type: Comprehension 39. (p. 360) _____________ education is when student receives instruction in both their native language and a second language. A. Moral B. Hidden C. Bilingual D. Cultural Croteau - Chapter 13 #39 Level: Basic Topic: Contemporary Educational Issues and Trends
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Type: Knowledge 40. (p. 361) What are the goals of school choice programs?
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  • Sociology, Segregation, Educational Structure and Inequality, Contemporary Educational Issues

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