State Challenges Seen as Whittling Away Federal Education Law

State Challenges Seen as Whittling Away Federal Education Law
SAM DILLON  August 14, 2011  The New York Times

“Pretty soon all the schools will be failing in America, and at that point the law becomes meaningless,” said Larry K. Shumway, superintendent of public instruction in Utah. “States are going to sit and watch federal accountability implode. We’re seeing the end of an era.”