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States offered more time to ignore education law

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WASHINGTON (AP) — States can request permission to ignore parts of the No Child Left Behind education law through the spring of 2016, the Education Department said Thursday. The long-term offer underscores the intensive work states have already undertaken on school reforms in exchange for flexibility from Washington, as well as a dour outlook that Congress will take action to replace the...

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