by Kendall Mark
The Obama administration is looking to make significant changes to the education law "No Child Left Behind" while also eliminating the date 2014 as being the date for all American proficiency the New York Times reports.
The administration's main interrest is in changing the budgeting methods and reforming state's standardized testing that show if a school is successful or not, but keeping the general ideals in the original bill reports the New York Times.
The administration plans on developing a proposal for the bill in the next few months after hearing recommendations from stakeholders ABC News reports.
ABC reports the administration hopes that states will continue to play a large roll in holding education standards high.