No Child Left Behind Quotes by Sue Kelly, Rick Santorum, Mike Pence, John F. Kerry, Mark Jackson, Sandra Day O’Connor and many others.
With the enactment of the bipartisan No Child Left Behind Act, we have taken an important step toward achieving federal education policies that will allow students to learn and achieve at the highest possible level.
I looked at No Child Left Behind after it was enacted and saw what happened and saw the expansion of the federal government and the role of education. And I said, you know, that was – that’s not what I believe in.
I opposed No Child Left Behind, I opposed the Medicare prescription drug bill, I opposed the Wall Street bailout. What the American people are starting to see is that Republican, Republicans on Capitol Hill get it and the Democrats, from the White House to Capitol Hill, just don’t get it.
I want to fully fund education, No Child Left Behind, special-needs education. And that’s how we’re going to be more competitive, by making sure our kids are graduating from school and college.
There’s a perception that’s been put out into the marketplace by No Child Left Behind that schools aren’t doing enough for kids.
The No Child Left Behind Program was an incentive to the schools to get their kids up to snuff on math and science and reading.
For decades, the public school system failed too many children, so we passed the No Child Left Behind Act and demanded schools show results in return for money.
I don’t think losing 3 million jobs, having deficits as far as the eye can go, having 2 million people lose their health insurance, turning your back on kids in schools and not funding No Child Left Behind represents a vision.
Allow states to opt out of No Child Left Behind.
No Child Left Behind … is a giraffe with an elephant’s body. … You can’t take the vision of Ted Kennedy and merge it to the public policy of George Bush and come out with anything that works.
If the goal of the No Child Left Behind Act is to ensure that all children meet state standards, then allowing large numbers of the most disadvantaged children to fall between the cracks is unacceptable.
‘No Child Left Behind’ requires states and school districts to ensure that all students are learning and are reaching their highest potential. Special education students should not be left out of these accountability mechanisms.
This system is really broken. No Child Left Behind has really failed and the only way to solve education is to leave one governor behind.
From the Medicare prescription drug plan to the creation of the Department of Homeland Security and the passage of No Child Left Behind, President Bush presided over a major expansion of the reach of government.
If we do not get No Child Left Behind right for Limited English Proficient students, the law will be a failure for most schools in the 15th Congressional District, and for many across the nation.