Utah Rebels Against 'No Child Left Behind' Act

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Utah legislators back off threats to pull out of the federal 'No Child Left Behind' education program. Instead, lawmakers vote to allow school districts to participate only when adequate federal funding is available. Utah's move represents the strongest state protest yet against President Bush's education reforms. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Salt Lake Tribune reporter Ronnie Lynn.



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