Roundtable: No Child Left Behind, Passport Laws

NPR's Ed Gordon is joined by George Curry, editor-in-chief of The National Newspaper Publisher Association News Service and BlackPressUSA.Com; Mary Mitchell, columnist and editorial board member of the Chicago Sun Times; and Callie Crossley, a cultural commentator who can be heard weekly on Beat the Press. They discuss the lawsuit the state of Connecticut is preparing to challenge the "No Child Left Behind" education law; the new U.S. guidelines on traveling with passports; the state of the Iraqi government; and Flordia's "Stand Your Ground" bill.

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