Nclb was implemented to attack the disproportionate

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NCLB was implemented to attack the disproportionate quality of education that students are receiving in this nation. Through this bill the federal government attempted to take
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Running Head: Historical Perspective some control over how the states are assessing their learning outcomes. Children are suffering from a lack of resources and are not being prepared for post secondary education because they are not learning fundamental skills. The SAA is similar to NCBL because it has the same goal of closing the educational learning gap with students. Low performing schools need to have the same tools and resources as high performing schools. The government is offering funding to help correct these issues. There are several contrasts between the SAA and NCLB. The NCBL will send additional grant monies to low performing school districts and allot federal dollars to low income families for supplemental education. SAA requires states to hold a percentage of their yearly budget to invest in low performing schools. These schools would have to offering tutoring and other supplemental education resources. Whereas NCLB offerings funding to low performing schools and funding to parents for supplemental education. SAA makes states fully responsible for their failing schools. SAA does not offer additional funding. Another contrast is the NCLB federally mandates what portions of the standardized testing should be offered and a grading scale. SAA changed the rules about the assessment and how states have to implement the assessment. SAA and NCLB both are very important to the growth and success of Americas Children. The emphasis of both legislations was to target low performing schools. The only way to target these schools is through statistical dated by assessing the children. NCLB prompted the federal government to be more involved and regulate the states as the states regulate the school districts. Yet NCLB is not making the states responsible for transforming their low performing schools by giving them tax dollars in addition to giving grants to low income families to seek other education options. Learning does not only start at school but in the home parents should
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