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Big Stories Of The Day (May 16)

Study Finds College-Prep Courses in High School Leave Many Students Lagging NYT
Only a quarter of high school students who take the core courses are well prepared for college, the study says.

Romney hearts No Child Left Behind First Look MSNBC
Romney was just asked to name a policy shift he's made that MIGHT not be popular with the GOP base. Romney named his support for No Child Left Behind. (To be honest, we didn't know he supported it.)

House Freshmen Could Be Pivotal on NCLB Renewal Ed Week
Some opposed the law on campaign trail, but have refined their views.

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