Idaho bill supports repeal of No Chil...

Idaho bill supports repeal of No Child Left Behind

There are 1 comment on the KTVB Boise story from Jan 31, 2012, titled Idaho bill supports repeal of No Child Left Behind. In it, KTVB Boise reports that:

Republican Rep. Linden Bateman of Idaho Falls offered a list of complaints Tuesday targeted at No Child Left Behind, which is known primarily for its emphasis on standardized testing and the labeling of thousands of schools as "failures." Bateman says Idaho now spends $5.7 million a year on a "mean-spirited testing system" that No Child Left Behind ... (more)

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Black Regression

Branch, LA

#1 Feb 9, 2012
Is it the blacks and Mexicans are too stupid to keep up?

Shall we continue to lower the IQ testing for these who sleep in school, or too stupid to learn, or simply don't care?

Why are these tests simple enough for Whites? Of course whites are no better or smarter than anyone else.

The downfall of America!

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