No Child Left Behind
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States can now apply to renew their waivers for one year, instead of two.
New costs don't stray far from the current national average, but for some states it's a jump in price.
Congress must work to develop legislation with true bipartisan support.
To receive continued flexibility, states must take their accountability measures one step further.
The results of Minnesota's first Common Core-aligned tests showed a sharp decrease in reading scores.
A lack of funding and resources may hinder states' abilities to implement the standards and assessments.
The administration granted the unprecedented waiver after California was denied in December.
Common Core and its assessments will simply provide us with the diagnosis of the disease.
The House bill starves schools of resources and does nothing to address overtesting.
The House GOP's bill focuses on what's easy for politicians, not what's best for students.