Analysis: Fixing Education Act NPR's Michele Norris talks with Jack Broome, Superintendent of Schools in Burke, South Dakota, about changes in the No Child Left Behind Act, particularly as they affect rural teachers. The changes give rural teachers an extra year to prove they are "highly qualified" in the topics they teach.

Analysis: Fixing Education Act

Analysis: Fixing Education Act

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NPR's Michele Norris talks with Jack Broome, Superintendent of Schools in Burke, South Dakota, about changes in the No Child Left Behind Act, particularly as they affect rural teachers. The changes give rural teachers an extra year to prove they are "highly qualified" in the topics they teach.