As the Obama administration considers new legislation to fix schools, House Republicans have chosen an education policy leader who is eager to turn the page on the No Child Left Behind era and roll back federal mandates for testing students, reports the Washington Post. The ascent of Rep. John P. Kline, R-Minn., last month to ranking Republican on the House Education and Labor Committee marked a watershed: For the first time since enactment of NCLB under President George W. Bush, the top GOP member on a congressional education committee is not someone who voted for the landmark law. And unlike...

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