December 9 | LA Times

By Joy Resmovits

The U.S. Senate voted 85 to 12 Wednesday to pass the Every Student Succeeds Act, a bill that would replace the unpopular education law known as No Child Left Behind.

Shortly after the vote, the White House announced that President Barack Obama plans to sign the bill Thursday. But even before the bill made it to Obama’s desk, a debate about what the new bill means for California’s schools began to swirl. 

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