According to a Gannett News Service article, Seventh District Congressman Roy Blunt, who earlier this year made noises about the problems with the law, is continuing to push for more local control:
"What I want is more flexibility for the states," Blunt said. "I don't think that has to eliminate No Child Left Behind. But I think you are better off having decisions made about secondary and elementary education closer to where kids are. I think we now have to change our approach."