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  1. 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 Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

    The act required states to development assessment in basic skills.

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

    It was passed in 2001.

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  2. Hope this helps with ur question
    [tex]One goal of the No Child Left Behind law was to close the achievement gap between white and minority[/tex]

  3. True

    Explanation:

    No child Left Behind Act was in effect from 2002-2015 and was a version of Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Later it was removed by Every Student Succeeds Act. when in effect the law applicable to every public school in US and aimed to give equal opportunity to the disadvantaged, poor, minorities, those who could not speak or understand English. It was different form ESEA because under this schools were held accountable for kids learning and achievements.

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