30 Issues: Leave No Child Behind

Tuesday, September 28, 2004 - 03:22 PM

We are 8 days and issues into our 30 issues in 30 days. And tomorrow we will be dealing with No Child Left Behind. Originally a slogan used by the Children's Defense Fund the Bush Administration used it as a title for their education reform bill. Two years later how has the reform impacted the nation's school system? And what will children and educators gain from a second Bush term or a Kerry presidency?

Joining us to discuss this topic is Susan Sclafani, Counselor to Secretary Paige at the Department of Education and Robert Borsage Co-Director of the Campaign for America's Future.


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