Though bipartisanship now feels like a footnote in a history book, both parties have an opportunity to work together again on a big issue: education.
The revised Elementary and Secondary Education Act, known as No Child Left Behind, passed in the Senate and House with overwhelming bipartisan support under George W. Bush. Now, Congress must come together again to reauthorize it.
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