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The Secretary shall not attempt to influence, incentivize, or coerce State adoption of the Common Core State Standards… [The NCLB replacement] does something exquisitely rare — it actively shrinks the federal footprint, in perhaps the sharpest reversal of federal ambitions since the welfare-reform act of 1996. Education politics is complicated, frustrating, and utterly boring. ESEA reauthorization. Title I […]

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