Bush: Leaving no child, and no agenda, behind
Bush delivered his remarks in the Rose Garden, following a meeting with advocates of his signature educational reform, the No Child Left Behind Act, a first-year legislative triumph for which he is seeking reaffirmation during his final years in office.
President Bush tried Tuesday to prod Congress into reauthorizing his biggest domestic achievement, the 2001 No Child Left Behind education law.
Bush Declares His Openness To Revising Education Law Washington Post
Under pressure from the right and the left, President Bush said yesterday that he is open to reformulating his signature No Child Left Behind education law but stressed that he remains unwilling to surrender on its core elements of testing and accountability.
Bush Pushes Congress on ‘No Child’ Law AP
President Bush said Tuesday that he’s open to new ideas for changing the “No Child Left Behind” education law but will not accept watered-down standards or rollbacks in accountability.
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