No Child Left Behind Act 2002

Apr 15th, 2015
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A summary of the effectiveness and gaps within the NCLB Act of 2002.

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School Readiness and Inclusion(Name)(College/University)School Readiness and InclusionQuestions1. How can the varied perceptions of parents who support the inclusion model and those who oppose it be harmonized (Palmer et al., 2001)?2. What changes to the program have been recommended to enhance social and cognitive development in inclusion model?3. Are early childhood and pre-school interventions relevant in the implementation of inclusive education (Raver, 2002)?4. Should policies focusing on school readiness and inclusion have special provisions for children with severe disabilities?A Review of School Readiness and Inclusion PoliciesThe current education system has been designed to enable students from all backgrounds exploit their full potential. The inclusive design acknowledges the difference that exists between students with disabilities and the average students. It thus accomodates the needs of every individual student and seeks to embed an inclusive approach deep within the mainstream education system. The succes of the entire process largely depends on external forces such as legislation, politics and ethics. The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB Act of 2002) is the cornerstone of improved student achievement and cultural change in schools within America (U.S. Department of Education, 2002).According to the U.S. Department of Education (2002), NCLB Act was designed to encourage high standards of academic excellence among students. It encouraged th

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