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1 Amy Wolf and Kaci Campbell

2 Why all the hype about NCLB?

3 What is it? Jan. 8, 2002 ESEA (1965) Four Principles: 1.Accountability! 2.More flexibility/local control 3.Parent options 4.Scientifically proven teaching methods Achievement gap

4 Who does it affect? Students Parents Teachers Schools

5 Title 1 Schools ESEA Disadvantaged students Funding Teacher qualification Accountability

6 Assessment Accountability AYP “needs imp.” “corrective action” NAEP Emphasis on…

7 What has NCLB accomplished?

8 Statistics North CarolinaUnited States Number of Schools 2,34898,905 Schools Making AYP 1,030 (44.8%)64,546 (70%) Schools in Need of Improvement 44910,676 Schools in Restructuring 492,302 Total North Carolina NCLB Funding (2007): $497,179,879; a 75% increase over 2001 levels info from What is Disaggregated Data?

9 More Statistics Reading Ages 9, 13, 17; Gender; Racial/ethnic Math Ages 9, 13, 17; Gender; Racial/ethnic not mentioned Other subjects? (Summarize Stats)

10 What are common reactions?

11 Positive Reactions Promote educational growth/achievement Parents provided with students’ progress Close achievement gaps Provide equal opportunity High qualified teachers

12 Negative Reactions mpu2U&feature=related (Curriculum) mpu2U&feature=related Testing Teacher qualifications Other factors…

13 Are there proposed changes?

14 Yes there are: Regulations – Strengthen/Clarify April 22, 2008 Margaret Spellings Group collaboration to sign proposed changes Updated from Oct 2004 November 17, 2008

15 Future Change in Education?

16 Proposed Changes Support Teachers Increase Funding for Early Childhood Educ. Close Low-Performance Charter Schools Increase High School Graduation Rates Increase Access to College Increase Expanded Learning Opportunities Reform NCLB Act’s Focus on Testing

17 Resources for You: Toolkit for teachers NCLB Teacher Requirements Guide rceguide.pdf rceguide.pdf Teacher Quality Essex, Nathan L. (2006). What Every Teacher Should Know About No Child Left Behind. New York, NY: Pearson.

18 What do you think? Opinions? Stories? Contradictions?

19 Sources: (2006). Fast facts. Retrieved April 8, 2009, from National Center for Education Statistics Web site: (2009, March 10). NCLB. Retrieved April 6, 2009, from U.S. Department of Education Web site: Essex, Nathan L. (2006). A Teacher's Pocket Guide to School Law. New York, NY: Pearson. Essex, Nathan L. (2006). What Every Teacher Should Know About No Child Left Behind. New York, NY: Pearson. Hopkins, Leigh (2008, November 6). President obama's proposed education agenda. Retrieved April 7, 2009, from Suite101.com Web site: Karwasinski, P. (2006, March 15). A guide to the no child left behind act. Retrieved April 7, 2009, from The Center for Public Education Web site: eft_Behind_Act.htmhttp://www.centerforpubliceducation.org/site/c.goJQI0OwElH/b /k.D126/A_guide_to_the_No_Child_L eft_Behind_Act.htm White, D. pros & cons of the no child left behind act. Retrieved April 7, 2009, from About Web site: Yudof, S. (2008, April 22). U.S. secretary of education margaret spellings announces proposed regulations to strengthen no child left behind. Retrieved April 7, 2009, from ED Web site:

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