By Nick Anderson Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
While states are moving fast to overhaul public schools, President Obama’s education agenda is hitting a wall in Congress.
There is a growing sense on Capitol Hill that the law enacted in 2002 under President George W. Bush will remain at least until next year, even though Obama pledged repeatedly as a candidate in 2008 to revise it. The law, which stresses annual standardized testing, is controversial in part because a third of public schools are now labeled as failing to meet standards.
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