NO TEACHER LEFT BEHIND ACT
TEACHING IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
NEW REQUIREMENTS TO MAKE BETTER TEACHERS
Students are evaluated each year through standardized tests to determine progress. Teachers should be evaluated each year as well to examine their progress in teaching abilities.
- SUMMER CLASSES TO ADDRESS TEACHERS' WEAKNESSES
If teachers score below average in any area of their annual evaluation, they will be required to take a targeted summer class to address problem areas.
- MANDATORY NETS-T TRAINING
Technology is a crucial piece of twenty-fisrt century skills. The NETS-T has set standards for technology integration in the classroom. Teachers nationwide should receive training on how to meet these standards and better equip students for the global market.
THE PRICE OF PROGRESS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Reference: New American Foundation. (2013, July 10). Federal Education Budget Project: Background and Analysis: No Child Left Behind Funding. Retrieved from: http://febp.newamerica.net/background-analysis/no-child-left-behind-funding