CAP on reforming the Elementary and Secondary Education Act

June 8, 2011

First passed by Congress in 1965 as a part of Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty,” the Elementary and Secondary Education Act is now known as the No Child Left Behind Act. The Center for American Progress offers several possibilities for how the act can be reformed.

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