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What effect has every child matters had on the education system?

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Asked by haleem Sunday Feb 22nd 2009 in Other - Education
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This is an in-depth question, and one that cannot be easily answered. The ramifications of the No Child Left Behind Act are both positive and negative. While many educators do not like the new method of education (such as the shift in focus from arts), there is prevailing evidence that this measure has increased the test scores in areas of science and math.

What I suggest is simply doing a little more research, there a copious number of online articles that debate this in-depth issue.

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