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Tom Daschle Talks with The Washington Post About the Role of Compromise in Education Bill Rewrite

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The Senate recently passed a bipartisan rewrite of No Child Left Behind, the main federal education law, that would shrink the federal role in the nation's 100,000 public schools and yield greater power to states to judge student achievement and school performance. In this article in The Washington Post, former Senate majority leader Tom Daschle discusses the importance of compromise in the success of the drafting and passage of the new bill.

"It's an extraordinary accomplishment," said Senator Daschle.

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