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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(New York: Rehema Ellis) The administration’s plans to revamp the No Child Left Behind education program outlined; details given from the Blueprint for Reform. [In July 2007, then-Senator Barack OBAMA – says don’t leave the money behind.] [From MSNBC, Education Secretary Arne DUNCAN– says it led to a dumbing down.] [American Federation of Teachers Randi WEINGARTEN- criticizes the plan.] [New York City schools chancellor Joel KLEIN- says our system has to be based on accountability and effectiveness.] [Manhattan Theatre Lab High School principal Evelyn COLLINS- supports not limiting the testing to math and science.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Ellis, Rehema
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