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No Child Left Behind Policy: A social initiative

Choose one from two of the current social initiatives.
a. Provide the purpose of the initiative.
b. Analyze the program's effectiveness.
c. List ways in which the programs could be more effective.

(Medicare or No Child Left behind)

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Dear Student,
Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. Why I have chosen the social initiative below is rather simple - it is easier to explore and discuss than more complex initiatives like Medicare. You can also use the listed references, they should give you more possibilities of exploring the social importance of the initiative. Good luck with your studies.

OTA 105878/Xenia Jones

Social Initiative: No Child Left Behind

A social initiative is an advocacy or a cause taken on by an individual, a group or an entity for the purpose of improving society or causing social change with reference to particular social issues and concerns. In corporate America, social initiatives usually fall under the banner of Corporate Social Responsibility where companies and business groups self regulate to ensure ethical, lawful and responsible business practices are undertaken to contribute positively to communities and society. In government, social initiatives are visions, policies, principles and projects initiated by politicians and government agencies for the purpose of addressing social ...

Solution Summary

The solution provides insight and guidance on the social initiative popularly known as the 'No Child Left Behind' advocacy and policy of the US government. References are listed for further exploration of the topic.