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Sociologists examine shift from 'No Child Left Behind' to 'children left behind'

When students across the country returned to school this fall, they did so under the Every Student Succeeds Act, which rolls back the style of accountability emphasized in the previous federal education law, the No Child Left Behind Act.
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