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Schools Face Losing Funds Under 'No Child' Act

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Schools Face Losing Funds Under 'No Child' Act

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Schools Face Losing Funds Under 'No Child' Act

Schools Face Losing Funds Under 'No Child' Act

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Under President Bush's No Child Left Behind Act, funding for public schools is tied to dozens of new federal mandates. Though states have moved quickly to comply, the list of struggling schools continues to grow — which may cost them millions in funding. Hear NPR's Claudio Sanchez.

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