The main federal education law may finally get its long-overdue makeover in Congress this year, and we're going to be hearing and reading a lot about it.
Formally, it's the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, or ESEA. The last time it got a major overhaul was in 2001, with President Bush's No Child Left Behind Act. But nothing much has been done with the law since 2007.
If Congress does finally get to it this year, What can we expect?