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Neil Bush’s School Scam: The “Other” USDE Scandal

By Alexander Russo — September 14, 2007 1 min read

“An independent watchdog agency has asked the Department of Education to investigate why President Bush’s younger brother, Neil, has received money earmarked for the president’s signature education initiative to sell a curriculum program that has not been subjected to the rigorous evaluation it deserves,” according too this story (Why is Bush’s kid brother getting federal bucks?). “CREW says nearly $1 million has been spent on the systems in 16 school districts, mostly in Texas, where George W. Bush served as governor before his election in 2000, and Florida, where brother Jeb Bush is governor.”

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