The National Education Association (NEA), eight school districts, and teacher organizations in 10 states on April 20 filed suit in federal district court accusing the Bush administration of failing to meet provisions of the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) that require federal funding sufficient to meet the demands of its landmark law.

The NEA, which represents more than 2.7 million educators nationwide, and the other plaintiffs allege the federal government has failed to live up to its promise to pay for the costs associated with implementing and achieving the goals set forth under the

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