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Joseph M. Calahan, Director of Cooperate Communications of Xerox Corporation states, "Arts instruction assists students in skills needed in the workplace: flexibility, the capacity to resolve problems and communicate, the capacity to master new skills, to be creative and innovative, and to strive for excellence" (National Performing Arts Convention). On January 8th 2002, President George W. Bush signed The No Child Left Behind Act, or NCLB, into legislation, because the country's schools have overrun teachers and pupils with yearly-standardized test. School funding is determined from these yearly-standardized tests. Due to NCLB art programs in schools have taken blows in financing, instructors, and curriculum. Considering that the legislation of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, defects in NCLB such as, high-stake standardized testing and lack of funds are consequentially denying young musicians to lose the chance to flourish in creativity, self-expression, and imagination, because of this NCLB is unsuitable for being upheld in our nation's education system. Since the signing of the No Child Left Behind, schools have relied upon the standardized evaluation to determine if or not a student is academically on track, however this method of standardized testing is flawed and contains many defects. In a survey financed by National Art Education Foundation and conducted by F. Robert Sabol, Ph. D., 3,000 art teachers from all countries including the District of Columbia were surveyed to observe the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act on the nation's art schooling system (Sabol). In this survey it was found that, 67% of participants feel that NCLB has not aided students to become better teachers (Sabol). These figures reveal that the vast majority of our nat...