|News Display: Elementary-Secondary Education Act|
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Description/Abstract: News Display: Elementary-Secondary Education Act, Wednesday, 4/11
The Elementary-Secondary Education Act was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on April 11th, 1965 as part of his efforts to address "The War on Poverty." This legislation funded elementary and secondary education, encouraging equal access to education and measures for accountability exercised more at the local, rather than federal level. ESEA was re-authorized by President George W. Bush as No Child Left Behind and then as Every Student Succeeds under President Barack Obama.
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