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    No child left behind policy in Florida

    What are the pro's and con's of the No Child Left Behind Policy in Florida?
    Who are the involving members of this policy?
    Identify the various actors involved?

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    The No Child Left Behind act was signed into law by congress on January 8, 2002. The idea and concept of NCLB was the commitment of the U.S. government to ensure that all Americans have access and are provided a quality education from the public school system that many believe only educated a portion of American children. What is important with regards to NCLB is that it recognizes what truly makes a difference in providing a quality education. The act specifically calls for highly qualified teacher in the core subjects in every classroom; the use of proven, research-based instructional methods; and timely information and options for parents. More importantly schools that under perform are held ...

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    This solution describes the associated benefits and disadvantages associated with the No Child Left Behind Policy of the Florida educational system. Further, this solution discusses the individual participants and actors involved in the development and execution of the policy.

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