Abolish NCLB

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Abolish No Child Left behind "Despite promises from supporters that the NCLB would be fundamentally different from previous federal education policies, it shares a critical feature with its predecessors, its ultimate design was driven chiefly by political rather than educational goals, dooming it to failure." It is that I agree with this quote that we should abolish the NCLB for the following three reasons; first, we must realize the flaws in the plan, second, how the United States has suffered from the excessive spending of NCLB, and third, how the NCLB infringes on states' rights. First, let us examine the flaws in the "No Child Left Behind" Act. As we all know, the plan is supposed to close the gap between students. However,
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