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    A timely resource to read, bookmark and share.
    ETT_SYCO On 1/23/17, Teachers.Net Gazette wrote: > A timely resource to read, bookmark and share.

    She is an interesting pick. See this article as a fall-out from her confirmation hearing.
    Jan 28
    Nouveauurban I have encouraged teachers to generate discussions on the importance of self-filtering, which includes not always expressing what is on your mind. This is one of the activities in TK, Teacher Killed Over an iPod Supplementary Questions..
    A timely resource to read, bookmark and share.
    jennifer On 1/23/17, Teachers.Net Gazette wrote: > A timely resource to read, bookmark and share.
    Jan 31
    Not that anyone here can really affect what happens at their homes, but one BIG problem is kids don't read for fun and enjoyment at home.

    Enter: academic problems.

    My hero, Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, started to turn around his abysmal academic record when his mom insisted he turn off the TV and read 2 books ...See More
    Assessing students' progress in reading, writing, math, science and social studies doesn't have to depend upon paper, pencil and bubble sheets! Here are 40 unique ways to observe and assess students' understanding of subject matter.
    I am currently in school and studying to become an elementary teacher. In one of my classes I have to do a research project and I picked NCLB as my topic. I was wondering if i could get some opinion from real teachers about NCLB and what they think about it.These are the questions that I am using for my project. Thank you so much for your time and ...See More
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    teach4 I don't know if it is to late for you...but will answer some of your questions below - otherwise I know the response will be rambling. First I have been an elementary teacher for 37 years. Those years haver all been at a rural community public school in third and fourth grades. I love teaching and children, and really feel that I have had a positiv...See More
    Mar 12, 2013
    my two Before NCLB schools were accountable to the community and the school board. Teachers were valued and their professional voice was heard. Before NCLB teachers were passionate about their classroom and the relationship they forged with students. That was before the "new idea" of turning schools into factories. Now, teachers are largely burnt out and ...See More
    Sep 28, 2014
    Welcome to the No Child Left Behind Chatboard. This chatboard is for discussions related to the federal No Child Left Behind initiative. Bookmark this resource and contribute often.
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    No child left behind is not funded appropriately nor does it take ALL children into account when mandating success.

    As for my vote, I'll be glad to see the day NCLB is revised or revoked.

    A Florida National Board Certified Teacher
    Rosie On 6/26/08, Florida teacher wrote: > No child left behind is not funded appropriately nor does it > take ALL children into account when mandating success. > > > As for my vote, I'll be glad to see the day NCLB is revised > or revoked. > > > A Florida National Board Certified Teacher

    All the money in the world is ...See More
    Jun 27, 2008
    adfaf On 6/27/08, Rosie wrote: > On 6/26/08, Florida teacher wrote: >> No child left behind is not funded appropriately nor does it >> take ALL children into account when mandating success. >> >> >> As for my vote, I'll be glad to see the day NCLB is revised >> or revoked. >> >> >> A Florida Nation...See More
    Nov 12, 2010
    Subject: No Child Left Behind

    In response to President Bush's Federal No Child Left Behind Act, students will have to pass it to be promoted to the next grade level. In the hopes that it will be uniformly adopted by all the states, it will be called the Federal Arithmetic and Reading Test or (FART).

    All students who cannot pass ...See More
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    mrsd Love it. Karen

    On 6/26/08, Mikey wrote: > Subject: No Child Left Behind > > In response to President Bush's Federal No Child Left > Behind Act, students will have to pass it to be promoted > to the next grade level. In the hopes that it will be > uniformly adopted by all the states, it will be called the > Federal Arit...See More
    Jun 26, 2008
    Irisanroses On 6/26/08, Mikey wrote: > Subject: No Child Left Behind > > In response to President Bush's Federal No Child Left > Behind Act, students will have to pass it to be promoted > to the next grade level. In the hopes that it will be > uniformly adopted by all the states, it will be called the > Federal Arithmetic and Reading Test ...See More
    Jul 23, 2008
    Is it Reading First? Or the testing? Or a combination?
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    Terri F. We only have 18 minutes a day to do EITHER social studies OR science. Art is cut and paste when we can match it to the reading. In grades 2-5 at my school, the entire curriculum is shoved at a record pace into kids heads before testing- leaving a month or so afterwards of nothing. And at that rate, do they even retain or learn- no. First grade this...See More
    Sep 7, 2008
    Tessa- FL This year we have two solid hours of *just* reading! We don't have enough to do to fill the 2 hours! After 90 minutes I give them a 10 minute break, and I need it more than they do! I look around the room like, what can we do now??!! I swear the clock never moves during this time. The emphasis on reading is getting too out of hand.

    On 9/0...See More
    Sep 17, 2008

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