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Your One-Stop Post on New NCLB Rules

If you want to spend your day reading 26,000 words of federal rules, this link's for you. You won't find the word "bulldozer" in it. That kind of rhetoric is saved for speeches.

For a concise summary of the Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings' latest effort to revise NCLB, try the Department of Education's short summary of the rules. Or maybe you'd prefer the extended one.

And don't overlook the story I wrote with Lynn Olson story for edweek.org.

More to come on this.

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