What is the Nclb Act?

The NCLB Act is an abbreviation for the ‘no child left behind act’ which was implemented in 2001 by federal legislation. This act states that standards needed to be raised in schools throughout the United States. It also required states to enforce mandatory assessment examinations throughout schools within certain grade levels. Such mandatory assessment examinations are inclusive of the FCAT exam in Florida, which is taken at various grade levels.