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Education law's promise falls short after 10 years

Published 01/07/2012, AP Education Writer

After a decade on the books and a beginning as a symbol of possibility, President George W. Bush's most hyped domestic accomplishment -- the No Child Left Behind education law -- has become a symbol to many of federal overreach and Congress' inability to fix something that's clearly flawed.

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