Dec 03, 2015

Rewriting 'No Child Left Behind' _ House passes easily

WASHINGTON (AP) — After years of failed efforts, the House voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to sharply scale back the federal role in American education. But the bill would retain the testing requirement in the 2002 No Child Left Behind law that many parents, teachers and school districts abhor. The legislation, approved 359-64, would return to the states the decision-making power over how to use...

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