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Voices from the Classroom

Voices from the Classroom

Educators speak out


Educators speak out

We asked educators across the country to tell us how "No Child Left Behind" affects their students and themselves.



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The idea that all children can learn is great.  The idea that every child learns at the same rate, at the same time is one that no parent should accept as accurate!  Read more...

--Michelle Harris
   Middle School Teacher
   Shelby County Schools
   Chelsea, Alabama

 




A State-by-State Look at NCLB's Impact on America's Classrooms.

See what educators from YOUR state and across the nation are saying about NCLB.
 

Top Concerns

The problems caused by NCLB/ESEA-related requirements and rules most commonly identified by NEA members fall into the four broad categories listed below. Click on the category for examples of NEA members' stories that illustrate why the issue needs to be addressed.


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No Child Left Behind

What's your experience with NCLB? Compare your situation with those of your colleagues on this NEA members' discussion board.

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Teri Vest

Teri Vest
High School English/Social Studies Teacher

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Steve Brace

Steve Brace
Elementary School Teacher

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Denise Carmack

Denise Carmack
Middle SchoolLanguage Arts Teacher

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Linda Hess

Linda Hess
Middle School Science Teacher

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Theresa Montano

Theresa Montano
Teacher Educator

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Karol Nyberg

Karol Nyberg
High School Reading Teacher

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Mary Ricker

Mary Ricker
Middle School English/Laguage Arts Teacher

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Mary Smiley

Mary Smiley
Elementary School Teacher

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Evette Tampos

Evette Tampos
Reading First Coach

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Larry Taylor

Larry Taylor
Middle School Teacher/Athletic Director