Calls Grow to Reform Bush Education Act

Many teachers and legislators are pushing for reforms to the Bush administration's No Child Left Behind Act. Though many acknowledge the act has helped raise standards at public schools across the nation, critics charge its method for measuring success may be designed to ensure most schools end up failing. Hear NPR's Claudio Sanchez.

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