Lyndsey Layton

Washington Post

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National education reporter for the Washington Post

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It could be a rare compromise in a sharply divided Congress. Democrats and Republicans want to get rid of  No Child Left Behind .

Is It Time to Reform Education Reform… Again?

It could be a rare compromise in a sharply divided Congress. Democrats and Republicans want to get rid of No Child Left Behind .

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The College Board designs advance placement courses for high-school students, providing what critics call a monopoly on American History.

Who Shapes American History?

The College Board designs advance placement courses for high-school students, providing what critics call a monopoly on American History.

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In this age of political polarization, bipartisanship is a rarity on Capitol Hill.

Congress Considers Reforms to No Child Left Behind

In this age of political polarization, bipartisanship is a rarity on Capitol Hill.

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