Could a new education law ever please everyone?
Critics say a new bipartisan bill gives too much power to states; proponents say it supports teachers, 21st-century assessments
From staff and wire reportsRead more by eSchool News Staff
The first comprehensive, bipartisan attempt to overhaul the federal No Child Left Behind Act would change the law's accountability system dramatically, focus attention on so-called dropout factories, and support teachers. Yet, already some advocacy groups have voiced concerns—which begs the question: Could an NCLB rewrite ever please everyone? Read more with registration.