U.S. Relaxes 'No Child Left Behind' Law
The Department of Education relaxes some requirements of the No Child Left Behind law. The changes include allowing core-subject teachers at rural schools to have an additional year to show they are "highly qualified." The deadline was previously the 2005-2006 school year. Hear NPR's Anthony Brooks, NPR's Michele Norris and Schools Superintendent Jack Broome of Burke, S.D.
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