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By Alexander Russo — October 15, 2007 1 min read

Clinton focuses on education in radio ad in South Carolina AP
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton launched her second radio ad Monday in early voting South Carolina, focusing on her plan to make college more affordable and preschool available to all children.

Abstinence approach gets unlikely ally Los Angeles Times
Though Democrats have taken control of Congress, abstinence-only programs are surviving attempts to shut them down. And they could even get an increase with the aid of an unlikely ally: House Appropriations Committee Chairman David R. Obey, one of the old liberal lions.

Blurring Lines Among Both Students and Subjects Washington Post
Plenty of teachers still find that if they are seized by an idea, and can convey that passion to supervisors, they have a chance to see what happens when they go in a different direction.

Mission: Making a Love of Reading Happen NYT (Winerip)
As schools move toward more preparation for standardized testing, it falls to parents to make a love for reading happen.

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