It could be a rare compromise in a sharply divided Congress. Democrats and Republicans want to get rid of No Child Left Behind. The likely replacement would be called Every Child Succeeds — with less standardized testing and more power to states and local districts. But, conservatives complain there’s still too much federal involvement; liberals worry the rights of low-income and minority students will be ignored. We hear details of efforts to thread the needle between teachers, advocates of school choice, civil libertarians and many other interested parties.
Is It Time to Reform Education Reform… Again?
Mary Kusler - National Education Association - @MKusler, Lyndsey Layton - Washington Post - @LyndseyLayton, Janel George - NAACP Legal Defense Fund - @LDFJanel, Rick Hess - American Enterprise Institute - @rickhess99