ARLINGTON, Va.--As Congress begins the reauthorization process for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, the American Association of School Administrators has released its 2007 Legislative Agenda. ESEA, currently known as No Child Left Behind, is the principal law that establishes federal funding and regulations for K-12 education. AASA´s Legislative Agenda outlines recommendations for a new and improved version of ESEA and calls for a fundamental change in the federal role in education.

"AASA believes the federal government´s role in education is to help provide equal opportunity for each child, and to supplement and support, rather than dictate, state and local education...

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