Former Bush education aide urges Congress to revamp NCLB

06/26/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

As President George W. Bush asked lawmakers on Monday to renew NCLB, one of the law's boldest critics is a former Bush aide who helped him craft the legislation. Eugene Hickok, who served as the Education Department's deputy secretary, is now calling for Congress to revamp the initiative and said he always had serious doubts about it.

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