Education Woes

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Thousands of U.S. schools are unable to get their students' performance up to par, and according to the president's "No Child Left Behind Act," those students can switch to better schools this fall. But officials at the failing schools say moving students is not a small administrative task. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports on the difficulties in complying with the act as the new school year approaches.



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