Proposed NCLB changes popular in suburban schools

09/4/2007 |

A Democratic plan to soften punishments against schools where one or two subgroups fail to show improvement is garnering cautious praise from teachers unions and suburban schools while others say it waters down the law's most basic provisions. "The heart of the law has been hollowed out," said Amy Wilkins, vice president of the Education Trust, who helped draft the original NCLB in 2001.

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