No Child Left Behind
Minnesota will seek a waiver to the federal No Child Left Behind law, which could free state schools from some testing requirements and punishments in the nine-year-old law.
In response to questions from a Minnesota congressman, U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan says he has the legal authority to grant waivers to the requirements of the No Child Left Behind education law.
The chairman of the House education committee is questioning the legality of U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan’s plan to grant waivers for some requirements of the No Child Left Behind law.
The next step in a proposed overhaul of the No Child Left Behind education law has been introduced in the U.S. House and it’s co-sponsored by Rep. John Kline, R-Minn.
More Minnesota schools may get a pass on some mandates of the No Child Left Behind law.
The long-awaited overhaul of the 9-year-old No Child Left Behind law has begun in the House with the first in a series of targeted bills, but a bipartisan, comprehensive reform of the nation’s most important education law still appears far from the finish line.
Congressman John Kline appeared on the WCCO Morning News to discuss far ranging issues from local flooding to conflict in Libya.