No child left behind


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No child left behind is a law that seeks to change the culture of education by giving it a new face.  According to Rod Paige, the poor education received by children in public schools and the achievement gap is bridged through the implementation of this act.

No child left behind became a law in 2002 when parties, both the republicans and democrats decided to come together regardless of their party affiliations to support the bill, which was enacted into law in January 8th by President George Bush.