By George Miller and Celine Coggins, July 6, 2015.

This week, both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate may vote on the rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). First passed in 1965, it is now commonly known as the No Child Left Behind Act, signed into law in 2002. The next chapter in the story of American education is about to be written. We may represent the polar ends of the education system — a former chairman of the House Education Committee and a former classroom teacher — but we have a shared belief that now is the opportunity to get it right.

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