Dozens of Republicans turn against NCLB in congressional debate

03/15/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

More than 50 Republicans in the House and Senate -- including a House leader who supported NCLB's original passage -- introduced legislation today that could severely undercut the education law, by allowing states to opt out of its testing mandates. According to critics of the law, many voters in affluent suburban and exurban districts think their once-innovative public schools have increasingly become captive to federal testing mandates.

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