By Richard Bammer
Has a new bipartisan day of comity dawned on Capitol Hill?
Probably not, but the U.S. Senate today is expected to reauthorize a federal education law that will, essentially, replace the deeply unpopular No Children Left Behind Act.
The House approved the bill Wednesday on an overwhelming 359-64 vote.
Once the Every Student Succeeds Act is approved in the Senate, it will be sent to President Obama for his signature. He is expected to sign it immediately.
Under the law, a reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965, some things will change and some things will remain the same, local education leaders said Monday.