Changes to “No Child Left Behind” continue to be a hot topic in 2015 K-12 education news. The House education committee recently proposed a new list of changes to NCLB, which (if passed) will give individual states more power over K-12 education funding and assessment. As Education Week reports, “[t]he measure, which would significantly curtail the footprint of the federal government in K-12 schools, will be considered by the full House the week of Feb. 24.”


Read the full article here: House Education Committee Approves NCLB Rewrite on Party-Line Vote