Changes are afoot at the Education Leader's Council (ELC), a conservative education reform group that has received more than $23 million in federal funding over the last two years for a project intended to help school leaders use student achievement data to make sound instructional decisions and meet the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).

Lisa Graham Keegan, ELC's chief executive, relinquished her post Oct. 1. Though Keegan will remain with ELC as a member of its board of directors, she turned control of the group over to Theodor Rebarber, a long-time education researcher


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