Our Children Continue to Be Left Behind in Education, Even With the No Child Left Behind Act in Place

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Our Children Continue to Be Left Behind in Education, Even With the No Child Left Behind Act in Place Our Children Continue to Be Left Behind in Education, Even With the No Child Left Behind Act in Place

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The primary focus is to expose some reasons that minority achievement gaps occur. First, the impacts of societal socioeconomic status barriers and their demands create major opportunities for gaps to arise. Secondly, family dedication at school and at home set the foundation for a child’s overall academic success or failure. Lastly, research proved that the No Child Left Behind Act is in urgent need of revision. Ultimately, reversing these factors brings about change, success, and most of all permanent closures of the minority achievement gaps.

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The primary focus is to expose some reasons that minority achievement gaps occur. First, the impacts of societal socioeconomic status barriers and their demands create major opportunities for gaps to arise. Secondly, family dedication at school and at home set the foundation for a child’s overall academic success or failure. Lastly, research proved that the No Child Left Behind Act is in urgent need of revision. Ultimately, reversing these factors brings about change, success, and most of all permanent closures of the minority achievement gaps.

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Submitted: December 02, 2012

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Our Children Continue to Be Left Behind in Education, Even With the No Child Left Behind Act in Place

 

The primary focus is to expose some reasons that minority achievement gaps occur. First, the impacts of societal socioeconomic status barriers and their demands create major

opportunities for gaps to arise. Secondly, family dedication at school and at home set the foundation for a child’s overall academic success or failure. Lastly, research proved that the

No Child Left Behind Act is in urgent need of revision. Ultimately, reversing these factors brings about change, success, and most of all permanent closures of the minority achievement gaps.

 

 

 

 


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