Essay on No Child left behind system

Submitted By Ffrank1
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Pages: 3

No Child Left Behind System It reaches into American classrooms overshadowing how teachers teach and what students learn. Many complain the law suggests there's one general way to fix schools no matter that many of the nation's 97,000 public schools have extremely different problems. The law could be greatly improved if it were more realistic about whether every public school student across the country can be proficient in reading and math by 2014.The problem with NCLB is twofold. One is that it is not funded, making school districts follow endless rules and regulations but providing no money to reach the goals. Not to mention the schools in poorer districts or with student populations that have traditionally struggled not having the resources they need to deliver a quality education. Second is that NCLB leaves out one of the major components in education, the parents. It puts 100% of the responsibility of education on the schools. Perhaps these students should be allowed to simply opt­out of their final three years of high school. Wait a minute. They already are. It's called homeschooling. The home is where kids spend the vast majority of their time and the messages about education come directly from the parents.The NCLB leaves out one of the major components in education, the parents. It puts 100% of the responsibility of education on the schools. Parent are also a big problem in this system that's why the program isn't work because the parents don't take time to help their children with their homework or care about their children grades. If the parents would just show up at their children school and see how their children are doing in these classrooms and talk to the teachers also so they can know what their child need help in and what they are improving in their class work.The parent need to be on their stuff about their children grades and classwork. Parents need to just come sit in their child classroom and see what their child does in these classrooms. Parents need to work with the teachers so the teachers can work with the parents and child.As parents we need to take our children education seriously and stop all that blaming on the tests,teachers,and parents. We need to take full responsibility of what we…