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House panel starts rewrite of No Child Left Behind

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WASHINGTON (AP) — House lawmakers are beginning work on a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind education law that would give states more authority and Washington less. Members of the House Education and the Workforce Committee on Wednesday considered a replacement to the law that expired in 2007. From the start, the Republican-led panel focused on reducing Education Secretary...

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