School is about to let out for summer, but on Capitol Hill, debate about it is kicking into full gear.
Five years after it was implemented to help improve America's schools, Congress is wondering whether to continue the controversial No Child Left Behind program.
Under the program, all schools are required to test students every year in reading and math. If students don't meet minimum standards, schools must take action. And substandard schools that don't show enough progress can be...Full Story