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Wisconsin's teachers union will not join Republican Gov. Scott Walker's effort to create a new state accountability system to replace the federal No Child Left Behind after lingering mistrust following his cuts to their collective bargaining rights.

"We simply do not have the necessary trust or confidence," union president Mary Bell said of Walker and two other Republicans on the panel--Sen. Luther...

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