Education Republican senators and congressmembers today killed President Clinton's plans for national reading and math tests. The ban against the tests will reportedly be included in a spending bill. The president said today he would veto the bill if it did not include a plan for the tests, which are an important part of his education plan. Robert talks with NPr's Claudio Sanchez about today's developments. (4:00) 3
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Republican senators and congressmembers today killed President Clinton's plans for national reading and math tests. The ban against the tests will reportedly be included in a spending bill. The president said today he would veto the bill if it did not include a plan for the tests, which are an important part of his education plan. Robert talks with NPr's Claudio Sanchez about today's developments. (4:00) 3