States Wary of No Child Left Behind Act

Several states are considering dropping out of President Bush's No Child Left Behind educational plan. With many states struggling to pay for the plan's initiatives and meet its demands, Republican state legislators are joining Democrats in saying they want no part of it. NPR's David Schaper reports.



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