In Education Debate, Congress Must Talk Money One of the issues the new Congress will deal with is the renewal of the No Child Left Behind Act. Commentator Andrew Rotherham says that any reconsideration of education legislation will need to consider changes in the way it is funded. Rotherham serves on the Virginia Board of Education and writes the blog Eduwonk.com.
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In Education Debate, Congress Must Talk Money

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In Education Debate, Congress Must Talk Money

In Education Debate, Congress Must Talk Money

In Education Debate, Congress Must Talk Money

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One of the issues the new Congress will deal with is the renewal of the No Child Left Behind Act. Commentator Andrew Rotherham says that any reconsideration of education legislation will need to consider changes in the way it is funded.

Rotherham is co-founder and co-director of Education Sector, a think tank based in Washington, D.C.

He serves on the Virginia Board of Education and writes the blog Eduwonk.com.