Associated Press (July 19, 2013) House passes bill to replace No Child left Behind. Fox News. Retreived from http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/19/house-passes-bill-to-replace-no-child-left-behind/
Associated Press. (2013) tells readers about how the White house has passed a bill that replaced the No Child Left Behind Act that will give the states and their state government the ability to choose how they can improve their school and reduce federal involvement in their educational matters, so instead of the federal running the school it will be each state and their state government running the educational part of their schools.
Associated Press. (2013) The source is taking information from someone else and just retelling the story from one to the other while adding some of their opinions from themselves or others about the new bill that has been passed to overwrite the No Child Left Behind Act. Instead of the federal’s telling them how to run their school now it will only be the state government in each state doing their own rules of schooling instead of one rule for all school across America.
Schoof, R. (2013, Jul 20). NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT. The Charleston Gazette. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/1406518586?accountid=458
Schoof, R. (2013) Talks about the pros of the ‘No Child Left Behind Act’ from 2002. It was an act that would make sure every child had an equal chance to obtain the same type of education every other kid will receive and no discriminate because a child may not have enough to go to school to get such education and does not discriminate against the child’s background, race, or disability that keeps a child from getting an equal chance.
Schoof, R. (2013) Provided information on the bill which was true and has been backed up but also their opinion in the matter. They told about why the bill is so important to be passed and how it can change things for many Americans living here in the United States. The...
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