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No Child Left Behind article summation

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Begin your post with the author's name and title of the article. Identify the type of article (i.e., information, feature, opinion, etc.). Who is his or her primary audience? Then, in the first paragraph, objectively summarize the author's thesis, purpose statement, or controlling idea. What is the main idea?

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The article I located is entitled, "Are Educators and Policy Makers Listening: The 41st Annual
Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll of the Public's Attitudes Toward the Public Schools" by WILLIAM J. BUSHAW and JOHN A. McNEE.

Although this article is quite ...

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