OBAMA AIMS TO REVISE NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND
President Obama will mount a fresh attempt this year to rewrite the No Child Left Behind education law, a top administration official said this week, and key congressional Republicans said they are ready to deal. "The president is ready to move on this," Education Secretary Arne Duncan told The Washington Post. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), chairman of a subcommittee on elementary and secondary education, said there is bipartisan consensus that the 2002 law should be overhauled. "We have a lot of common ground," Hunter said. "We also see a major need. It's time to get it done."
Google launches world's first global online science fair for kids
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For the first time, Google, the user's favorite search engine and its partner launched the global online science fair for the younger students. ...