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One of the first acts that President George W Bush established on January 2001 was No Child Left Behind Act which the central point was to teach every single student the same subjects but make sure they understood as a whole course as a group not only a couple of students As a result the president taught that we would do better as a state and will also be better educated In addition he also proposed in this act for school to accept the standardize test so that we would known how student came in and what was the progress obtain in the course The period a student had to be in class the course need to be covered and day off student will have covered the act The goal was also to increase the test higher and so that we would grow as a state with better educationAlthough the ideas of the acts are great I personal think that it violates our constitutional rights Next I also think that every head is his own world this means that every individual is different and is capable of different things Standardized test arent the best because they are created by people that presume students to have learn certain topics and who for the most part students were never showed the concepts of the topic being covered in those standardized test Which in my point of view those topics only cover a certain amount of what is important Test are important they could show the state what students learn But this all have to be created by the instructor themselves so that they could known that everything being in the test i9s what they really y covered and people that do poor is because they didnt put attention or basically the topic was not explain that wellNext the No Child Left Behind is a great idea I think that it has to be modify to a certain
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