Dec 03, 2015

House sends 'No Child' rewrite to the Senate | Washington Examiner

The House on Wednesday approved a major rewrite of the No Child Left Behind education law, putting Congress on the cusp of clearing the first significant revision to the nation's primary and secondary education policies in more than a decade. House approval of the Every Student Succeeds Act means the legislation now moves to the Senate, where it is expected to pass. President Obama has signaled...

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