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What is the difference between "No Child Left Behind ACT" & "No Child Left Behind ARTICLE?"

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I have searched far and wide and can find no reference to anything but the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). This is, of course, legislature that was co-written by several politicians, including the late Senator Ted Kennedy, signed into law under the "second" Bush Administration. It was meant to guarantee an equal and superior education for all students.

It has supporters and detractors: educators find it difficult to meet the standards all all children are not "equal" under this act—some struggle, some don't care. And with all the testing done year-round, it not only wears kids out, but a great deal of core content material in the classroom is overlooked or rushed...

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