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Guest Host: Katty Kay
President Bush has called on Congress to strengthen the No Child Left Behind law when it comes up for renewal this year. Guest host Katty Kay invites educators to examine this six-year-old law and discuss what should change.
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- Amy Wilkins Vice President of The Education Trust.
- Joel Packer Director of Education Policy and Practice at NEA
- Ray Simon Deputy Secretary of Education
- Bethany Little Vice President for Policy and Federal Advocacy at the Alliance for Excellent Education
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