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The U.S. Department of Education has recently redesigned its Web site. The below graphic shows some of the changes.

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  • Some visitors were annoyed by a home page promoting the No Child Left Behind Act. An extra click was required to reach the main department site.

  • The same home page once featured a budget chart critics called misleading.
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  • Visitors are taken to main department page packed with options for more information.

  • Earth tones, snazzier graphics replace, bland bureaucratic look.

  • Rod Paige photo alternates with that of a young child, surrounded by stars. 



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