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No Child Left Behind’s Replacement Up for Vote in Congress

As both chambers of Congress move to vote on the latest version of No Child Left Behind's replacement, followers of the saga may find the details of the proposed legislation bewildering at best.

A House member votes on May, 7, 2015.

As both chambers of Congress move to vote on the latest version of a replacement for No Child Left Behind, followers of the saga to may find the details of the proposed legislation bewildering at best. But the intricacies of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, or ESSA, can be broken into top-line, accountability, and programmatic components. (Education Week)

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