No child left behind and the illusion of reform

No child left behind and the illusion of reform

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No Child Left Behind and the Illusion of Reform highlights the scholarship of eight doctoral students in curriculum and their professor, who took on the legal, political, philosophical, social, cultural, economic, and curricular assumptions of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). This book, the manifestation of their work, is a critical examination of the impact of the NCLB on the lives of children, families, and teachers.critical essays by educators Thomas Stewart Poetter, Joseph C. Wegwert, Catherine Haerr ... Before the end of class, 1 discussed the creative writing options 1 wanted my students to complete in connection with the novel we were reading. ... I pulled a notebook out of a desk drawer, turned on my favorite Elton John CD, and began to write a poem about writing that was inspired by the songs aquot;Darkanbsp;...


Title:No child left behind and the illusion of reform
Author: Thomas Stewart Poetter, Joseph C. Wegwert, Catherine Haerr
Publisher:Univ Pr of Amer - 2006
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