The LBJ Building?
A bill would name the ed. dept.’s headquarters for the 37th president.
Rep. Gene Green remembers that in 1965, when he was a high school senior in Texas, his school got some new, state-of-the-art technology—a piece of audiovisual equipment.
After asking his principal how the school could afford it, “I remember being told that it came from new federal money,” Rep. Green, a Democrat who represents a Houston-area district, said in an interview this month.
Mr. Green considers the man he calls nation’s first “education president,” Lyndon B. Johnson, responsible for his school’s receipt of new equipment, as well as for a host of other federal education programs that have...
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