Richardson: I'll abolish No Child Lef...

Richardson: I'll abolish No Child Left Behind law

There are 3 comments on the Des Moines Register story from Jul 26, 2007, titled Richardson: I'll abolish No Child Left Behind law. In it, Des Moines Register reports that:

Boone, Ia. - New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson vowed today to abolish the federal government's "No Child Left Behind" education law if he is elected president.

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#1 Jul 26, 2007
A good reason to vote for Richardson. NCLB is a void into which money disappears. If the public knew how much this debacle costs they would be outraged. Call your local system and ask how much they spend on the requred testing and the paperwork.
American

Mount Vernon, MO

#2 Jul 26, 2007
Bravo! Glad to hear it.
Bob Ray

Rogers, AR

#3 Mar 18, 2008
Yes good. I agree. The retarded kids should be tied to a chair in the basement of the school in the dark. Lets keep these shamefull little creatures hidden away so they don't make us unconfortable.

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