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 Susan Aspey - “We specifically pushed for all 50 states to participate in (the national test) to shed some light on state assessments. We hope states take a good, hard look at this data and use it to help the millions of kids who aren't yet at grade level.”
 Susan Aspey - “We specifically pushed for all 50 states to participate in (the national test) to shed some light on state assessments.”
 Susan Aspey - “This is the first time for everyone. There are going to be some growing pains.”
 Susan Aspey - “The guidance is simply that guidance. Schools can choose to use the model survey or not, it's their choice.”
 Susan Aspey - “This is unprecedented. In recent memory, we have never seen this number of displaced schoolchildren.”
 Susan Aspey - “We're not at the point where we're talking about taking funding away from schools or states. The goal all along has been to make sure local school districts do not have any policies in place that sanction religion -- or policies that prohibit voluntary religious expression by students.”
 Susan Aspey - “The guidance is simply that guidance. Schools can choose to use the model survey or not, it's their choice.”
 Susan Aspey - “The guidance is simply that guidance. Schools can choose to use the model survey or not, it's their choice.”
 Susan Aspey - “We believe very strongly in these children and we're not granting waivers without the data to back it up.”
 Susan Aspey - “We believe very strongly in these children and we're not granting waivers without the data to back it up,”
 Susan Aspey - “We've said for the past six months that this was stupid, wrong, and ill-advised. There's nothing in today's action that changes our opinion.”
 Susan Aspey - “Unfortunately, today's action doesn't bring the state any closer to closing its achievement gap, which is among the largest in the nation. From the day she walked in the door, Secretary Spellings has worked diligently to listen and respond to states' needs and concerns, and she has kept her word to help states implement No Child Left Behind in a workable, common-sense way.”
 Susan Aspey - “Unfortunately, today's action doesn't bring the state any closer to closing its achievement gap, which is among the largest in the nation, ... From the day she walked in the door, Secretary Spellings has worked diligently to listen and respond to states' needs and concerns, and she has kept her word to help states implement No Child Left Behind in a workable, common-sense way.”