NCLB not expected to be an early top priority for Obama

12/7/2008 | Sun (Baltimore), The

While there is broad agreement among political leaders and teachers union officials that No Child Left Behind should be reformed, both sides also agree that with an uncertain economy and national security risks at the forefront of President-elect Barack Obama's agenda, education policy changes will not likely be an early top priority.

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