No Education Agenda Left Behind Becomes Obama Hurdle as Congress Deadlocks

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No Education Agenda Left Behind Becomes Obama Hurdle as Congress Deadlocks
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When Barack Obama ran for president in 2008, he pledged to “fix” the No Child Left Behind federal education law and to promote rigorous standards, merit pay and policies that made it easier to remove low-performing teachers.

As Obama — who sold himself as a politician who could forge bipartisan compromise — seeks re-election next year, Congressional gridlock has halted his plan to change No Child Left Behind. While more than 40 states have signed onto parts of the rest of his agenda, state budget cuts threaten to undermine districts’ efforts to carry it out.

“These are blue times — sad times,” said Jack Jennings, a former general counsel for the House Education committee who called it the worst environment for education funding since Ronald Reagan pro…………… continues on Bloomberg
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