NCLB critics urge change; Bush tells Congress to stay the course

Superintendents across the country, some education commissioners and former President Bill Clinton are all calling for wholesale changes to NCLB as President George W. Bush urged Congress to renew and broaden the 2002 law. "Congress shouldn't weaken the bill. It's working," Bush said from a Harlem charter school.

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