23 October 2011 Gov. Andrew Mark Cuomo State Governor State of New York Dear Sir, Greetings! I would like to forward to your office for your consideration a proposal for the evaluation of the “No Child Left Behind Act” for the State of New York. A review of the implementation of the law is timely if we are to improve the situation of education in the State of New York…
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Again, please consider the merit of this evaluation proposal. Sincerely, Aubrey Mongal Evaluation Design Author Evaluation Design for the “No Child Left Behind Program” I. Introduction This evaluation design proposes to evaluate in the State of New York the “No Child Left Behind Program” which was crafted about ten years ago. In the management profession, program evaluation is an important tool for reviewing plans, revising/improving plans, or adopting a new set of plans or programs (U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001). Teams and organization engage in evaluation “to foster goal accomplishment (Morgeson et al, 2010, p. 7). In other words, while a program may be reviewed, revised, changed, affirm, or adjusted, the accomplishment of goals remain as the more important reason for conducting an evaluation so long as the goals continue to be relevant or appropriate. Similarly, evaluation is an important tool in public administration. Program evaluation is even a basic methodology for public administration research (Perry and Kraemer, 1986). Public administrators use evaluation for developing “alternative policies and programs” (Perry and Kraemer, 1986, p. 216). ...
In the United States of America, the “No Child Left Behind Program” that was developed in 2001 represents a major public policy that needs to be evaluated consistent with the utility of evaluations for both managers and public administrators as per the articulation of the U.S. General Accounting Office (2001), Morgeson et al. (2010), and Perry and Kraemer (1986). Within the UNESCO’s (2006) strategic planning framework for the education sector, evaluation can be seen as the first stage in the three stages of strategic planning in the educational sector. II. The Program to be Evaluated: The “No Child Left Behind Program” The No Child Left Behind Policy is the result of Public Law 107-110 of the 107th U.S. Congress that was signed into law by U.S. President George W. Bush in 8 January 2002. The law is known as the “No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.” Based on a pdf document copy of the law that is available in the internet (http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/esea02/107-110.pdf), the law is at least several hundred pages if not over a thousand pages and the number of pages is indicative of the comprehensiveness of the law with regard to the education sector. For example, the law covers the following: Improving the academic achievement of the disadvantage (Section 101, Public Law 107-110); Teacher and principal training and recruitment fund (Section 202, Public Law 107-110); Continuation of awards (Section 202, Public Law 107-110); Language Instruction for limited English proficient children and immigrant children and youth (Section 301, Public Law 107-110); Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education (Title VII, Public Law 107-110); and Payments
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