I’ve often said that No Child Left Behind’s most important contribution is that it has triggered a nationwide discussion on how we can raise student achievement in every single American classroom.  The fact that eight in ten Americans and three-quarters of educators support our efforts to reauthorize this landmark law is as strong an indication as ever that this discussion will continue in schools, in boardrooms, and at kitchen tables for years to come.

This survey, “Standards, Accountability, and Flexibility: Americans Speak on No Child Left Behind Reauthorization,