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ESEA Renewal: Exploring the Proposals

Congressional Republicans and Democrats are at work on competing proposals to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the current version of which is the No Child Left Behind Act. The U.S. House of Representatives passed its legislation on a partisan vote in July, while the U.S. Senate education committee approved its version this spring, with only Democratic support. Senate Republicans have introduced a bill that closely tracks with the House legislation.

Use the interactive analysis below to explore the different proposals. Filter for specific proposals by selecting an issue, party and/or chamber. Unselect the filters to clear, or select "Show All."

Reporter: Alyson Klein | Design & Programming: Doris Nhan | Art: Vanessa Solis

Vol. 33, Issue 1

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