Lawmakers say they will take a bipartisan approach to NCLB revision

02/18/2010 | Washington Post, The

Top leaders in Congress are expected to announce today a bipartisan effort to rewrite No Child Left Behind, with some key lawmakers saying the law is "in need of major reform." Officials say they expect to overhaul the law this year, and lawmakers have pledged to make the process "open and transparent." This month, President Barack Obama presented a plan to eliminate the adequate yearly progress standard from the 2002 law.

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