What was the goal of the No Child Left Behind Act?

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Mar 16, 2017

Answer:

It was meant to improve the quality of the American School system.

Explanation:

Under George W.Bush presidency the No Child Left Behind Act was passed to reauthorize the Elementray and Secondary Education Act.

The act required states to development assesment in basic skills.

It was aimed at reducing school failure and therefore reduce social exclusion.

It was passed in 2001.