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From USA Today: Major rewrite of education law clears crucial hurdle

By Mary Troyan

WASHINGTON — States would set and enforce their own K-12 academic standards under a massive, bipartisan rewrite of education policy that cleared a crucial vote Thursday.

The legislation would produce the most significant changes to elementary and secondary education since President George W. Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act into law in 2001, giving the federal government significant power over school reforms.

 

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