Senators Try To Revise No Child Left Behind — A Few Years Behind
News flash: Members of the U.S. Senate will work across party lines Tuesday for the sake of America’s students.
Well, at least for a few more days.
A bipartisan group of senators on the HELP committee will begin hashing out the details of a proposed rewrite to the massive education law known as No Child Left Behind. The law, itself a reauthorization of the landmark Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, was supposed to have been revised back in 2007.