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Subject: What Will Happen to Washington State as it Returns to NCLB?
Date: Mon Apr 28 13:41:32 MDT 2014

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April 28, 2014

What Will Happen to Washington State as it Returns to NCLB?

Washington is now the first state in the country to lose a waiver from No Child Left Behind, a law that required districts to take increasingly drastic steps to turn around struggling schools. What does that mean for next year?


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