An ambivalent State Board of Education discussed but took no action Wednesday on pursuing a temporary waiver from strictures of the No Child Left Behind law, TopEd.org reports. The state will pass up the two application deadlines as a result. California could still apply in June for a two-year relief from the law. Los Angeles Unified is among the districts favoring a waiver, and several Board members indicated interest as well–if the state can negotiate terms more to its liking. However, the Obama administration has given no public indication yet that it's willing to bend on its terms…

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