In late February, nine California school districts opted to waive out of the federal performance guideline law No Child Left Behind law established in 2001. Student designed by Márcio Duarte, from The Noun Projet, School House designed by Chris Cole, from The Noun Project and state of California designed by The Noun Project.

In February, the California Office to Reform Education (CORE), a group of nine school superintendents who represent more than a million students from Oakland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Fresno, Sacramento, Santa Ana, Sanger and Clovis, announced that they were seeking waivers from the performance standards outlined under No Child Left Behind (NCLB).

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