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Monday, March 29, 2004

No Child Left Behind

According to the Washington Times, minority school administrators do not want the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Law to be gutted:

More than 80 black and Hispanic school superintendents across the nation are battling a group of 14 chief state school officers who want Congress to reduce the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act.

Both Republican and Democratic supporters of the Bush administration's education reform initiative in Congress say proposals by the school chiefs would "gut" requirements to improve students' reading and mathematics achievements to the detriment of disadvantaged minority students.

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