No One Left Behind
There is a nationwide policy, that states No Child Left Behind. The No Child Left Behind policy was,
"Created in 1980, by combining offices from several agencies." "ED's mission is to promote student achievement."
"The employees dedicate prohibiting discrimination and ensuring equal access to education." Why hold a person back who struggles
with comprehending like other students. Children left behind could face many obstacles, they could be humiliated by their former peers.
They would have to remember not graduating or moving forward with old classmates. They may think of themselves as not as smart as the others.
Facing humiliation, could hurt an individual, more than you think. They would feel like they are not as
good as that person, or others may think they are better then them. By not being good enough, say if a student fails a course or subject,
they would think of themselves as losers. If someone wants to go out in public or to a school related event, they would have a fear of seeing those
students they once were in the same grade as.
Unfortunately, by failing or thinking they are not as good as others, can make others feel
like crap. Making bad grades on tests, and quizzes, can have a horrible affect. People should never have an opportunity to put others
down, so get good grades, or keep things to yourself. When seeing others accomplish great grades, should make people strive for greatness.
Believing that no child should be left behind, makes myself as an individual work harder. Thinking
about graduating, is something to look forward too, and having that all taken away, is something really bad to have happen. The law,
"Is an act to close the achievement gap with accountability, flexibility, and choice, so that no...