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Click Over to Campaign K-12 for Today's NCLB News

As the political season heats up, Campaign K-12 is becoming increasingly indispensable.

Today, Michele McNeil reports from New Orleans that state legislators believe NCLB's accountability systems are "coercive."

And I summarize what one of Sen. Barack Obama's campaign advisers has to say about NCLB, the Democratic presidential candidate's "comprehensive" education plan, and Sen. John McCain's speech last week.

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