In today’s Washington Post. The piece has a high school title but is really more of a spirited defense and good explanation of the k-8 part of the law…still not convinced this isn’t a head fake since states are moving on h.s. reform anyway. Also, why didn’t she mention the teacher incentive fund? That’s probably their most sellable proposal right now because it’s aimed at a real issue and the money has to flow for the reform to work so it largely sidesteps the debate about NCLB funding levels.
See also this related op-ed on the same page from Charles Stewart Mott’s Kevin Walker.