John Tulenko of Learning Matters Television explores how stimulus money is making its way into classrooms in upstate New York.
President Bush's No Child Left Behind education law, passed in 2002 to help close the gap between advantaged and disadvantaged students, is set to expire this year. Two education administrators discuss the law and give their views on its effectiveness.
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