Open Access Graduate Research Paper
United States. No Child Left Behind Act of 2001; Motivation in education;
The No Child Left Behind Act was developed in 2002 by the administration of George W. Bush. The purpose of this piece of legislation was to increase student achievement in America. Regulations and requirements have been put in place by the administration such as standardized testing. This paper discusses the history of NCLB, the current issues with the legislation, and how student motivation and achievement has been effected due to the NCLB law.
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Lynn Ethan Nielsen
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©2011 Tiffany Kleckner
Kleckner, Tiffany, "Student motivation and No Child Left Behind" (2011). Graduate Research Papers. 191.