Congress plans to leave much-maligned No Child Left Behind law in the past | Alaska Dispatch News

Congress is gearing up to pass the first major education reform bill since the 2001 No Child Left Behind Act — a move that would grant Alaska considerably greater control over the state’s schools, from testing to curriculum.

Source: Congress plans to leave much-maligned No Child Left Behind law in the past | Alaska Dispatch News

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Michael J.

Superintendent

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