The Department of Education announced a relaxation of some provisions of the "No Child Left Behind" Act on Monday. A panel talks about the 2002 law, designed to improve the quality of K-12 education, and how America’s public schools are faring.

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  • Linda McCulloch state superintendent of public instruction for Montana
  • Jack Jennings executive director of the Center on Education Policy
  • Ron Tomalis counselor to U.S. Education Secretary Rod Paige

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