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Robert Rothman: Proposed education bill clears U.S. House; would give states more power, feds less

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Robert Rothman: Proposed education bill clears U.S. House; would give states more power, feds less

This week’s U.S. House passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act, a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, makes it clear: If you want to see education policy in the next few years, look to state capitols, not Washington, D.C. The current version of the law, the No Child Left Behind Act, created a federal system of testing and accountability, and many educators and policy makers contended that that law was too constraining and created some harmful side-effects.

 

 

Categories: Elementary & Secondary Education Act, No Child Left Behind

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