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California Schools Get Reprieve From No Child Left Behind

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More than one million public school students in San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and five other districts won’t have to meet federal achievement standards under the No Child Left Behind Act. The Department of Education on Tuesday issued a first-of-its-kind one-year waiver to the eight California school districts.

What does this mean for students in these districts? Host Stephanie Martin gets the details from John Fensterwald, editor of "EdSource Today."

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