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No Child law's authors work on a revision

Respond to complaints

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / July 16, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- The landmark No Child Left Behind law, which has drawn impassioned criticism from educators and parents unhappy with its stringent requirements for public schools to raise students' test scores, is being rewritten on Capitol Hill to fix what the bill's authors now acknowledge are flaws. (Full article: 1249 words)

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