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What Do People Really Think About NCLB?

What do people really think about NCLB? ETS will attempt to answer that question a little later today with the release of their big survey on the public's attitudes towards the law. "This year’s survey titled, “Standards, Accountability and Flexibility: Americans Speak on No Child Left Behind Reauthorization,” examines the public's views on what direction the nation should take moving forward as Congress considers reauthorizing the law. The survey was conducted for ETS by the bipartisan opinion research team of Peter D. Hart Research Associates, Inc. and The Winston Group." If you hurry, you can make it over there on time: 11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m.; Phoenix Park Hotel, Ballroom, 520 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, D.C. Spellings, Miller, et al are supposed to be there. All bets point to a much more positive result than the one from a couple weeks ago.

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