Maine lawmakers seek waiver from NCLB


Maine is joining at least one other state in asking the federal government if it can sidestep President Bush's education reform law, the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The law imposes substantial student-data demands and other technology-oriented requirements on state and local school systems.

A joint resolution approved May 29 by the Maine House and Senate asks Bush and Congress for a waiver from

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