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What modern president is responsible for the No Child Left Behind act? A. George W. Bush B. William Clinton C. Ronald Reagan D. Jimmy Carter
A. George W. Bush created the No Child Left Behind act, not William Clinton.
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User: What modern president is responsible for the No Child Left Behind act? A. George W. Bush B. William Clinton C. Ronald Reagan D. Jimmy Carter

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A. George W. Bush created the No Child Left Behind act, not William Clinton.
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