Failing Schools? On Waivers, It’s Congress That’s Flunking: Viewthe Editors
June 17 (Bloomberg) -- No Child Left Behind, the package of federal education reforms approved in 2001 is now in dire need of reform itself. On June 10, Arne Duncan, the U.S. secretary of education, said he might take things into his own hands if Congress doesn’t act.
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