Categories Grave Did We Say “No” Child Left Behind? That Was Just, Like, Branding… Or Something Post author By matt Post date February 14, 2005 2 Comments on Did We Say “No” Child Left Behind? That Was Just, Like, Branding… Or Something New U.S. Secretary Showing Flexibility on ‘No Child’ Act, by Sam Dillon, The New York Times, Feb. 14, 2005. ← All Things Considered, It’s Not the Worst KISS Tie-In Ever → What? They’re Different People!?! (And Those Are Different Magazines!?!) 2 replies on “Did We Say “No” Child Left Behind? That Was Just, Like, Branding… Or Something” I have just one question about The No Child Left Behind Act. Where in our constitution does it say anything about the federal government being involved in educating our children? I think our elected officials should read the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. God Bless America, God Save The Republic. My question is why are we listening to “President” Bush about our education process, our future. I mean, come on. This is the guy that said, “If you teach your son or daughter to read, he or her will pass a literacy test.” That, in and of itself, does not sound too promising. God help us all. We are listening to a monkey in a suit that makes up his own words. Comments are closed.