The Washington Post reports that under a bill approved by a House panel on Wednesday, school aid, health research, and social services for the poor would face budget cuts. The House Appropriations Labor-HHS Subcommittee approved the bill by a party-line vote, 9-7. Under the bill, some programs funded by the No Child Left Behind Act, as well as special education programs, would receive less federal funding. In addition, the bill cut $272 million in school technology grants as well as $300 million in grants to help recruit and train teachers to meet NCLB requirements… (Note: This site requires free registration.)