'No Child Left Behind' Criticism Widespread Republican-controlled state legislatures and conservatives join liberals in criticizing the Bush administration's "No Child Left Behind" education initiative. Many complain the law has sweeping promises, irresponsible authority, and is more expensive than many school systems can afford. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.
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'No Child Left Behind' Criticism Widespread

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'No Child Left Behind' Criticism Widespread

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Republican-controlled state legislatures and conservatives join liberals in criticizing the Bush administration's "No Child Left Behind" education initiative. Many complain the law has sweeping promises, irresponsible authority, and is more expensive than many school systems can afford. NPR's Claudio Sanchez reports.