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No Test-maker Left Behind: Money Short-Changes Education Reform

For the first time since George W. Bush signed No Child Left Behind, the House has passed a major rewrite of federal education law. On Friday, the House approved the Student Success Act along party lines—Republicans for, Democrats against—but the bill has little chance of getting past a Democratic Senate and a White House veto threat. Democrats in Washington don’t trust the states to hold themselves accountable, and a recent audit of how Texas has mishandled a half billion-dollar contract with testing giant NCS Pearson shows why.
In 2010, Texas gave NCS Pearson a $468-million contract to ...


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