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House passes revamp of No Child Left Behind law

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The Republican-led House on Friday approved a significant rewrite of the No Child Left Behind education law, rejecting a key legislative victory of former President George W. Bush. The proposal would essentially repeal the law by sharply curbing the federal government’s role in education matters. Instead, state and local governments would be given more authority to determine how best to improve...

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