Today, the Obama administration granted 10 states waivers from portions of the federal No Child Left Behind law. Idaho didn't make the list today -- which is something of a surprise, given state school superintendent Tom Luna's criticism of the law. The explanation, however, is simple enough. Idaho still working on its application. The second round of waiver applications is due on Feb. 21/Kevin Richert, Idaho Statesman. More here.
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