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Not Much Hope For NCLB 2.0

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"With every passing week, the 110th Congress looks less likely to reauthorize the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), the fate of which will therefore hinge on the 2008 election," begins this NRO commentary (No Question Left Behind). "So long as these monster questions lack agreed-upon answers, I don’t see much hope for an NCLB consensus, and I don’t see much hope for NCLB 2.0 anytime soon."

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Does anyone (maybe you, Alexander) really know what would happen if NCLB is not reauthorized? My guess is that AYP requirements keep rising, forcing lots of schools into "reorganization." That might be just fine for some people, such as Miss 99.75% (Spellings).

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