No Child Left Behind
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Federal test scores for 9-year-olds are the highest since early 1970s.
The stimulus money could help pay for college, Head Start, and special ed but not construction.
The new education secretary talks about the controversial law and financial aid forms.
The outgoing president urges Congress to renew the NCLB education law.
Schools receiving federal money for reading instruction haven't made significant progress, study finds.
A look at the early contenders.
Pols must resist urge to dismantle accountability provisions in education law, Andrew Rotherham writes.
They propose performance pay and national standards.
Education secretary reacts.
Findings counter critics who say focus on math and reading is at the expense of other subjects.