Rep Eric Cantor (R-Va),  the author of a bill to replace the No Child Left Behind Act, talks to a student at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington D.C.
Rep Eric Cantor (R-Va), the author of a bill to replace the No Child Left Behind Act, talks to a student at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington D.C. MCT
Rep Eric Cantor (R-Va), the author of a bill to replace the No Child Left Behind Act, talks to a student at Two Rivers Public Charter School in Washington D.C. MCT

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