Should the federal government have a reduced role in education?

04/8/2011 | Washington Times, The

Several education leaders told federal lawmakers Thursday that the government should have a reduced role in education. Officials who testified before a House committee described the national education model as generic, and said local districts should have the ability to craft their own curriculum and measure student achievement. Legislation is expected to be introduced in the spring that would establish a new education law, replacing No Child Left Behind.

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