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(KSL News) -- A California school district says it may file a lawsuit over President Bush's education legislation.
District officials say standards in the No Child Left Behind Act are unreachable, under-funded, and simply don't take into account the challenges faced by immigrant and disadvantaged students.
No Child Left Behind requires all students to be proficient in reading, writing and math.
16 low-income schools in Utah are reporting that they have failed to meet the federal standard for two years in a row.