Advocacy groups urge rejection of NCLB waiver for California districts – by John Fensterwald

By John Fensterwald Seven advocacy and civil rights organizations, led by Washington-based The Education Trust, have called on Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to deny nine California districts a waiver from the No Child Left Behind law, saying any deviation from a statewide wavier “would be the wrong path forward.”
“Instead, we urge California’s district and state leaders to work together on a strong statewide…

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