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What Has Changed in the Fifty Years Since ESEA Was Signed Into Law?

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Christopher Cross, author of Political Education: Setting the Course for State and Federal Policy, and chairman of Cross & Joftus, LLC, discusses what has changed in the fifty years since the Elementary and Secondary Education Act—currently known as No Child Left Behind—was first signed into law. He focuses on the rise of technology and the emergence of a global economy in which U.S. students must compete with their peers internationally.

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