Rep. Kline, Sen. Franken representing Minnesota on NCLB rewrite committee

Minnesota politicians Rep. John Kline and Sen. Al Franken are both serving on the House-Senate Conference Committee that is working to reauthorize the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) aka the No Child Left Behind Law.

The committee met yesterday for the first time for each conferee to deliver their opening remarks.

The committee is meeting again at 9 a.m. TODAY. Click here to watch a live stream of today’s hearing.

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