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CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

FACE TO FACE INTERVIEW WITH CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS ON POLICIES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
INTERVIEW ONE
QUESTION RESPONSE
1. Is the government funding education evenly? I think some areas are discriminated. Those in the towns are highly favoured
2. Are schools equipped with proper education facilities? Most schools are fully equipped technology wise
3. What’s your take on students being tested on the same topics??
It shows areas that are suitably relevant with their upbringing
4. In your view, has NCLB and title I been a good introduction or not?
Yes. They ensure proper education for all children. Most parents have brought positive feedback on this issue
5. What is your take on students failing to meet their targets?
They should be held responsible and do more till they pass their mean grade
6. NCLB has made maths and sciences as the core subjects. What do you think?
This are the subjects of the future and should be highly encouraged to pursue them
7. NCLB and title I insist no failing in maths and sciences. Do you agree? Good results is highly encouraged and think it’s a good move

INTERVIEW TWO
QUESTION RESPONSE
1. Is the government funding education evenly? Yes. There has been improvement in the last two years on the funding
2. Are schools equipped with proper education facilities? Yes. State representatives visit regularly to check on the needs and what to be upgraded.
3. What’s your take on students being tested on the same topics??
Shows paramount interest in the future of these chief subjects
4. In your view, has NCLB and title I been a good introduction or not?
The move has been welcomed by teachers and parents. It caters well for the needs of the students
5. What is your take on students failing to meet their targets?
Given more tuition to improve on their performance will be highly encouraged
6. NCLB has made maths and sciences as the core subjects. What do you think?
I feel they are undermining other core subjects which are useful to in the future. I feel it is a method to discriminate on other areas of interest like literature
7. NCLB and title I insist no failing in maths and sciences. Do you agree? They force students to cram instead of understanding. To me it’s a negative sign
INTERVIEW THREE
QUESTION RESPONSE
1. Is the government funding education evenly? No. It is unevenly distributed.
2. Are schools equipped with proper education facilities? Yes. Most have the proper teaching facilities
3. What’s your take on students being tested on the same topics??
If find concentration on these topics and the rest are ignored
4. In your view, has NCLB and title I been a good introduction or not?
It’s a fair move and appreciated by many parents. Although they have strict measures, parents prefer it
5. What is your take on students failing to meet their targets?
They should revise constantly till they get the correct grades to get to the next grade. Failing should highly be discouraged
6. NCLB has made maths and sciences as the core subjects. What do you think?
It is a good move since most careers revolve around this subjects but they should also focus on the rest since they are also crucial in their upbringing
7. NCLB and title I insist no failing in maths and sciences. Do you agree? Yes. They require proper grades in order to forge ahead

Reference
Kimmelman, Paul. (2006) Implementing NCLB: creating a knowledge framework to support school improvement. New York: Crowin Press


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