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What Should — and Should Not — Be Written Into a New US Education Law


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What Should — and Should Not — Be Written Into a New US Education Law

Valerie Strauss

Both the U.S. House and Senate are now — eight years late — debating this week how to rewrite the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, known in its current form as No Child Left Behind. Signed into law in 2002, NCLB was supposed to have been rewritten by Congress in 2007, but sheer negligence and an inability among lawmakers to agree meant that America’s public schools were forced to live under a law that was fatally flawed.


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Excellent article. I hope the forum pro-Charter School shills read this... presuming that they CAN take in the wider truth.


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