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Department of Education, 2015). Summary This purpose of this paper was to create a foundation of characterizing information regarding accountability by answering the following research questions: 1. What is accountability in education? 2. Who should be held accountable? 9
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Accountability in Education 3. Why is accountability important? 4. How the nation is currently addressing the issue of accountability? Through research I determined that accountability is the idea that academic success is achieved through the collective effort everyone in the nation, who should be held responsible with consequences. Due to the fact that America’s future rest on the efforts of the accountability movement, the nation must rise above adversary and continue to improve the concept of accountability through continued research and modification for the sake of our children who are the next generation of American leaders and citizens. 10
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Accountability in Education References Dynarski, M. (2016, July 28). Improving Accountability in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act | Brookings Institution. Retrieved from - education-act/ Ellis, R., Ph.D., & Powell, S. D. (2012). Chapter 3: Curriculum and Instruction. In Education (pp. 65-96). Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions. FOCUS St. Louis. (2005). WHO IS ACCOUNTABLE FOR CHILDREN’S EDUCATION? PBS By The People, 1-6. Retrieved from Lyon, R. (2014, January 7). Demographics: The Browning of America. Retrieved from McKenzie, W., & Kress, S. (2015, February 5). The Big Idea of School Accountability. Retrieved from Passel, J. S., & Cohn, D. (2008, February 10). U.S. Population Projections: 2005-2050. Retrieved from Reuters, T. (2017). What Happens When a School Fails to Make Adequate Yearly Progress Goals? Retrieved from - happens-when-a-school-fails-to-make-adequate-yearly-progress.html S. S.1177, 114th Congress Cong., - bill/1177/text (2015) (enacted). U.S. Department of Education. (2015). Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Retrieved from United States. National Commission on Excellence in Education. (1983). A nation at risk: the imperative for educational reform: a report to the Nation and the Secretary of Education, United States Department of Education. Washington, D.C. :The Commission : [Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. distributor], Retrieved from 11
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Accountability in Education Appendix A. 12
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Accountability in Education Appendix B. Trend in eighth-grade 2015 NAEP mathematics average scores, by selected student groups Trend in eighth-grade 2015 NAEP reading average scores, by selected student groups 13
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