The No Child Left Behind Act has been in place for almost five years. But ever since its inception, there has been continuous debate about the act’s effectiveness and consequences. Now, we are beginning to get answers to some of this speculation, but unfortunately, the answers only raise more questions. There are several emerging trends surrounding the effects of NCLB on public school systems, which the public should be aware of and encourage Congress to address when the act comes up for renewal in 2007.


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