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Bush relaxes rules on teacher standards

Move seen as effort to help implement education measure

By Mary Leonard and Anand Vaishnav
Globe Staff / March 16, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration yesterday relaxed some rules for teacher qualifications under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, signaling for the third time in four months that it is hearing and heeding complaints that the landmark law is too hard for states to implement. (Full Article: 747 Words)

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