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With the award of No Child Left Behind waivers to Wisconsin and Washington State, more than half of U.S. states are now exempt from the signature Bush era education law, but that doesn't mean they're free from the standardized tests it relies on.
On Thursday, President Barack Obama will waive 10 states from the No Child Left Behind law, the AP reports.
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