The good news is that the American public and educators are in strong agreement that Congress needs to change No Child Left Behind. The ETS survey confirms that there’s strong public support to provide America’s educators with the tools and resources they need to get the job done. Students need smaller class sizes, more quality teachers, and actively involved and engaged parents and community leaders to become future leaders and productive citizens. Congress has a shared responsibility—along with parents, teachers and school leaders—to enable students to succeed. The decisions made now as Congress gears up to renew NCLB will set the agenda for achieving a quality education for every student.