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New NCLB Language Out From Kennedy-Enzi

EXCLUSIVE?  Not content with "just" endorsing Obama, Chairman Kennedy is rumbling and mumbling about a renewed effort to revamp NCLB.  Or at least get something out of Committee.  To that end, he's circulating draft language and telling folks to get their ducks in order.  Thanks to a little birdie for passing this along:

Download title_i_ci_101207_kos07952_xml.pdf

Download title_ii_be_101207_aeg07798_xml.pdf

Download title_iii_1016.pdf

Download titles_iv_101207_aeg07799_xml.pdf

Download titles_vi_101207_aeg07805_xml.pdf

Download title_x_101207_kin07648_xml.pdf

Poor Hill staffers, they know that little is likely to come of this in the short term at least, but can't risk it actually going through. Plus which, whatever gets worked on is then part of the base bill for 2009.  So everyone's got to take this seriously, even though....it isn't serious.

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Hi Alexander,

The NCLB urls appear as though they are the same drafats that the Senate introduced last fall---hope you are doing well.

Arnie

Hi Alexander,

The NCLB urls appear as though they are the same drafats that the Senate introduced last fall---hope you are doing well.

Arnie

thanks, arnie --

until now, they had not been shared publicly outside the groups and the committee staff.

you may have seen them, but the rest of us had not.

more important, they are the current drafts still being used to make changes off of in the present.

don't toss them out yet.

-- alexander

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