My two week blog series is on No Child Left Behind is coming to a close and I know that I haven’t even covered a tiny fraction of the issue with this policy. There is so much more depth to the problems with our education system and the need we have to fix them. I could never cover all of them and still get every issue with the education system right. I covered for you what I think the three major problems with the system which are the lack of comparability between states, teachers changing their curriculum to “teach to the test” and too much pressure on students and educators to pass these tests. I used examples from experts, my own personal life, and media to back up what I had to say about these problems. I also proposed a solution on how the education system can be reformed in order to fix all of these little issues. So basically in conclusion I leave with you a thought of how important a working education system is for the United States. We need an efficient system for education because everything we do in this life revolves around having to learn about it either through experiences or someone telling us. There is no way that we could suffice alone on our own experiences because we only have so many years to live on this earth. However, we can learn these things from people telling them to us and teaching us new ideas and concepts. This is why we have a need for education because without education our world would fall flat.