Thursday, July 9th, 2015 and is filed under Blog
As Congress looks at the next three weeks, there are particular pieces of legislation they seek to address before the recess at the end of July. On that list is the proposal to update the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) education law that saw it’s beginning during the Bush-era. While both Democrats and Republicans seem to be concerned with rewriting the law, supporters of No Child Left Behind fail to see that the provision as a whole is problematic and does not address the problems with the education system in the United States in an effective manner.
For more on this issue click here to read the Daily Signal’s analysis.
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