I know several teachers, and I hear some of them of talk about what 'No Child Left Behind' means at the classroom level. Most of what I hear is not good. Many of the complaints are based on the idea that students are being left behind. They say that most of what is being funded and built is just a huge standardized testing industry. What do you think? Has this law had a positive impact in your state, your school district, your childs classroom?
President Bush waits near the podium before speaking about the reauthorization of the 'No Child Left Behind' Act at the Harlem Village Academy school in New York City on Tuesday, April 24.