and with bipartisian support minus the new reworking of the no child left behind act including an amendment requiring the states to deal and try and improve struggling schools voted down. which could hurt its chances in the house. minus that thing the senate with another rare case of bipartisianship passed a new version of no child left behind which gives the states more power to make sure the schools are up to the standards of it and cuts the feds involvement some. though the things fate in the house is unknown and the president could veto the thing.  as no child left behind winds up on the senates plate as they passed a reworking of it giving the states more power trying to  have their education system meet the standards in it .