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The Senate is to vote on it early next week and President Barack Obama is expected to sign it.
A compromise bill was a long time coming.
After years of trying, Congress is finally on the verge of rewriting the 2002 law.
2. It Would Continue No Child Left Behind's Emphasis On Standardized Tests However, the bill still isn't perfect, according
Federal education funding can help rectify state and local inequalities. But federal dollars aren't meant to balance state
In recent weeks, lawmakers have renewed calls to rewrite the controversial school accountability law, which emphasizes standardized
The Student Success Act is unlikely to garner any Democratic votes. On Thursday, one House Democrat after another spoke on