New federal education law won’t change much in Mass., experts say

New federal education law won’t change much in Mass., experts say

A landmark rewrite of the country’s education law signed by President Barack Obama Thursday has been hailed by proponents for returning educational autonomy to states.But in Massachusetts, at least, which in many ways was ahead of the curve when the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) was introduced in 2002, the revamp of the law likely won’t lead to any immediate changes, educational experts and observers said.”I think it probably remains to be seen” what the rewrite

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