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Document Number: 4962

The Future Federal Role: Observations and Ideas - This paper, excerpted from a book, examines federal education policy trends over the last 30-some years, and No Child Left Behind in particular, to propose areas where the federal government might wade into in coming years, maintain or expand its existing role. The author also suggests ”What Will Not Happen,” and offers recommendations for improving the federal legislative and administrative structures relating to education. (Christopher T. Cross, Policy Perspectives, WestEd, excerpted from Political Education: National Policy Comes of Age by Christopher T. Cross, Teachers College Press, 2003)...


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