The New York Times reports that federal Education Department has agreed to review 20 requests to alter the way the No Child Left Behind Act measures student progress. The requests would allow states to judge schools by tracking individual students' progress over time. At present, schools must measure progress in successive grades of students. For example, schools would have to compare this year's crop of fifth graders against last year's......

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