House And Senate Lawmakers Work To Revise No Child Left Behind Law

House And Senate Lawmakers Work To Revise No Child Left Behind Law

By Juana Summers

Passed in 2001, the education law established more standardized testing and education data collection than at any time in U.S. history. Congress is looking to reauthorize it, but roadblocks remain.

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