Congress returns to Washington this week. One of the unfinished issues they could start working on is reauthorizing No Child Left Behind. The law requires testing standards for schools and directs federal money to districts. While some members of Congress would like to tweak the law, Republican Kansas Congressman Kevin Yoder says it should be repealed. He doesn't believe the law has helped schools in his district.
No Child Left Behind was passed in 2001. President Obama has signaled that his administration will revamp the law if Congress doesn’t take action.