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House Republicans on Feb. 16 pushed ahead with a plan to update the federal No Child Left Behind education law by shifting more control to states and school districts in determining whether children are learning.

A hearing on a pair of bills to have states develop their own systems to identify low-performing schools and turn them around came days after President Barack...

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