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Politics
No Child Left Behind is out, what's next?
Congress might not agree on much these days, but there's consensus that No Child Left Behind has got to go. Anne Hyslop, of the New America Foundation, and Lindsey Burke, of The Heritage Foundation, talk with On Background's Nia-Malika Henderson about what comes next for education.
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