Dec 03, 2015

House to vote on No Child Left Behind rewrite

WASHINGTON (AP) — After years of failed efforts, the House moved toward a vote Wednesday on legislation that would roll back the federal role in American education but retain the testing requirement in the No Child Left Behind law that many parents, teachers and school districts abhor. The 1,000-plus page measure, a compromise reached by House and Senate negotiators, would give states more...

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