As NCLB Turns 5, Washington Outlines Ways to Change It
The fifth anniversary of the enactment of the No Child Left Behind Act had more to do with its future than its past.
In a series of events across Washington on Jan. 8, Bush administration officials and lawmakers started to outline their ideas of how to revise the law, addressing the need to improve teacher quality, find ways to turn around struggling schools, and establish challenging standards that define what students should know and be able to do.
At a White House meeting, President Bush met with the leaders of Congress’ education committees, covering all of those issues and others, including whether the law has...
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