Education experts disagree on whether the bipartisan $26 billion "Leave No Child Behind" Act signed by the President this week will improve K through 12 education over the long haul. A panel talks about the new federal policy: how it was crafted, what it contains, and how it will affect American public schools, teachers, and students.

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  • Monty Neill executive director of FairTest, the National Center for Fair and Open Testing
  • Sandra Feldman American Federation of Teachers
  • Brenda Welburn president of the National Association of State Boards of Education

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