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No Child Left Behind Act.

Tribute to George W. Bush -- the 43rd U.S. President.
Notable Supporters of George W. Bush During His Administration.


         The "No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB)" was signed into law on January 8, 2002; during George W. Bush's first term as U.S. President. Under this law, states are required to work more closely with schools in helping students from low income areas, and students with learning disabilities obtain the same academic proficiency as other students who are not as disadvantaged. NCLB gives states and school district more freedom and flexibility to use federal funds in ways it will help all students, advantaged or disadvantaged, succeed. Also, parents of disadvantaged students are allowed to transfer their children to other schools, if their schools don't measure up to the state's standards for two consecutive years. Parents of disadvantaged students can send their children to other schools if their children are  victims of  crimes on campus, or their children are attending schools in rough neighborhoods which are unsafe because of persistent violent crimes.

Primary Sites Hosting this Presidential Tribute:

Pecos Bill's American Folklore Gala.