Teachers, Schools Challenge No Child Left Behind Law Nine school districts and the nation's largest teacher's union file a federal lawsuit in Michigan claiming the No Child Left Behind Act has placed new demands on school districts without providing the funding to pay for them.
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Teachers, Schools Challenge No Child Left Behind Law

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Teachers, Schools Challenge No Child Left Behind Law

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Nine school districts and the nation's largest teacher's union file a federal lawsuit in Michigan claiming the No Child Left Behind Act has placed new demands on school districts without providing the funding to pay for them.