Proposed reauthorization of NCLB would allow states to set standards

06/4/2013 | Education Week

Individual states, rather than the federal government, would be required to set standards for achievement and growth under a federal education bill proposed Tuesday as an alternative to No Child Left Behind, education reporter Alyson Klein writes in this blog post. The bill has no Republican sponsors and is slated for hearing by the Senate education committee on June 11.

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