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Leaving ‘No Child Left Behind’ Behind

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[THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE 2008 JANUARY/FEBRUARY EDITION OF THE AMERICAN PROSPECT.]

Leaving “No Child Left Behind” Behind

Our No. 1 education program is incoherent, unworkable, and doomed. But the next president still can have a huge impact on improving American schooling.

By Richard Rothstein

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Richard Rothstein  is a research associate at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C.

[POSTED TO VIEWPOINTS ON DECEMBER 17, 2007.]


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