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Spellings Has More to Say on 6th Circuit's NCLB Ruling

Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings issued a letter to state schools chiefsRequires Adobe Acrobat Reader today to voice a more detailed disagreement with last week's federal appeals court ruling on the unfunded-mandates provision of the No Child Left Behind Act.

My colleague David Hoff has a more extensive post on the letter on his NCLB: Act II blog.

I wrote about the ruling in the School Law Blog here, and in an Education Week story.

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