The Year in Education It's been nearly one year since President Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act, a major expansion of the federal government's oversight of local public education. Michele Norris talks with NPR Education Correspondent Claudio Sanchez about the law's impact so far -- and what's ahead for the coming year.

The Year in Education

The Year in Education

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It's been nearly one year since President Bush signed the No Child Left Behind Act, a major expansion of the federal government's oversight of local public education. Michele Norris talks with NPR Education Correspondent Claudio Sanchez about the law's impact so far — and what's ahead for the coming year.

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