Senate Unveils NCLB Proposal
Apr 8, 12:00 AM
The federal role in local schools would be significantly reduced under a bipartisan proposal released Tuesday by Senate leaders working to replace No Child Left Behind, the country’s main education law.
Apr 8, 8:39 AM:
Bipartisan proposal to reauthorize No Child Left Behind released by Senate Education Committee. Bill gives latitude to states and districts over how to spend federal funds for teacher evaluations and low-performing schools, maintains anual testing requirements. Efforts since 2007 to rewrite No Child Left Behind have been unsuccessful.
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