Congress Considers Reforms to No Child Left Behind

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In this age of political polarization, bipartisanship is a rarity on Capitol Hill. But one Senate bill has the support of Republicans Rand Paul and Lamar Alexander — along with Democrats Patty Murray and Elizabeth Warren. It would revise a relic of the presidency of George W Bush, the education law called No Child Left Behind. Lyndsey Layton, national education reporter for the Washington Post, has the story.




Warren Olney