Reuters reports that President Bush's No Child Left Behind education policy has, in some instances, benefited white, middle-class children over minorities in poorer regions. Political compromises between some states and the federal government have enabled some predominantly white school districts avoid penalties that regions with larger ethnic minorities would face. Instead of uniform standards--which the policy was supposed to achieve--the act has allowed states to negotiate to reduce the number of schools classified as failing......
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