Missouri to Talk Waiving No Child Left Behind
JEFFERSON CITY - After ten states received waivers from No Child Left Behind, Missouri education officials say they will talk about the state's options soon.
The state Board of Education says it will meet February 21st to discuss the issue.
Some teachers and parents have criticized the law for narrowing the math and reading curriculum. One education board has already drafted a proposal.
Select a station to view its upcoming schedule: