The Associated Press reports that President Bush plans to meet with lawmakers next week to help his efforts to renew the No Child Left Behind law. Top Republicans and Democrats on the House and Senate committees that deal with education issues intend to attend the upcoming meeting. Education Secretary Margaret Spellings is optimistic that the law will be renewed, as it is a natural issue in which President Bush and the Democrat-controlled Congress can come together. However, Spellings adds that there are a few “bright-line principles” that the current administration will not agree to change under any rewrite of the law…