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The Obama administration set a goal on Feb. 17 of revamping the federal No Child Left Behind education law before students start the next school year in the fall, a timeframe likely to clash with the priorities of congressional Republicans, the Associated Press reports. Education Secretary Arne Duncan said the Bush-era law needs to be more flexible, and in some cases must reduce Washington's role in setting education standards. In an interview with The Associated Press, Duncan said he hopes a fresh federal law can be passed by the time lawmakers leave for their summer break. "We would love to
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