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Legislation Generator: Name the Country's Top Education Law


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As Congress works to reauthorize the nation's main K-12 law, it also needs to come up with a new name for No Child Left Behind. Whatever version eventually passes would likely include provisions on accountability, data, equity, and school funding, making the branding puzzle even tougher. What are some options? We compiled a few suggestions that probably won't make the final cut. Click the button below to generate a new name for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act.

Related story: Rebranding No Child Left Behind Act a Tough Marketing Call

What do you think the new statute should be named? Share your suggestion in the comments section below. (We may even add them to the generator.)

Source: Ross Brenneman, Education Week staff | Design & Visualization: Stacey Decker, Vanessa Solis

Vol. 34, Issue 24

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