NEA strongly supports the stated goals of the law -- to raise student learning, close achievement gaps, and ensure that every child is taught by a highly qualified, caring teacher. But, simply put, the law is not working. After five years' experience under the law, NEA members, America's frontline educators, have identified many flaws, problems, and student needs that must be addressed. To make NCLB work for students, we need changes in its accountability, testing, and teacher quality provisions. NEA's goal is to improve the law by substantially correcting its flaws and adding positive provisions.