Proposed NCLB replacement would require states to set own standards

06/4/2013 |

Democrats in the U.S. Senate proposed legislation on Tuesday that would replace the federal No Child Left Behind law. Under the proposal, states would be required to write their own standards, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan would approve school-improvement plans. However, it is unclear whether lawmakers -- who are politically polarized -- will be able to reach consensus on the law.

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