Washington, Wisconsin Set To Receive ‘No Child Left Behind’ Waivers

The U.S. Department of Education on Friday is expected to formally relieve both Washington and Wisconsin of some of the requirements associated with “No Child Left Behind,” the AP reports.

Washington and Wisconsin will join 24 other states that have been granted waivers from the federal education law that originally passed in 2001.  

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