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Identify the roles district, state, and federal government agencies have schools.

The Federal gov't sets general guidelines as well as the state gov't

the school districts administer sets the rules set forth by the State Boards of Education

  • AE.. is this right - , Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 10:47pm

    Right.

    Also funding comes from all three governmental bodies.

  • AE.. is this right - , Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 11:09pm

    The Federal government sets all the general guidelines. The state government also sets the guidelines as well as the state government For example the No Child Left Behind Act

    the school districts administer sets the rules that are set forth by the State Boards of Education.
    The role the local district is responsible for is the school board of education and deciding how much money goes to each school and how many teachers each school has.

  • AE.. is this right - , Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 11:18pm

    The Federal government sets all the general guidelines.
    The Federal government sets some of the general guidelines.

    The state government also sets the guidelines as well as the state government
    This sentence doesn't make sense.

    For example the No Child Left Behind Act
    This is an incomplete sentence. The No Child Left Behind Act is a federal act, although the states must try to follow it in order to get federal money for public schools.

    The school districts administer . . . the rules that are set forth by the State Boards of Education.

    The . . . local district is responsible for . . . . . . deciding how much money goes to each school and how many teachers each school has.

  • AE.. is this right - , Friday, March 20, 2009 at 7:53am

    Ms. Sue is right.

    Education is not mentioned in the US Constitution, and the 10th amendment basically says that anything NOT mentioned in the Constitution is left up to the states. Therefore, education is primarily a states' right issue.

    The federal govt has made laws regarding some issues, such as civil rights items (including special education), but as Ms. Sue said, NCLB Act comes tied to federal money. If a state doesn't want to follow those rules, then the state doesn't have to take the federal money. It's both a complicated and an uncomplicated issue!

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