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Spellings Talks Safety On Sunday

By Alexander Russo — April 21, 2007 1 min read

According to her press schedule (see below), EdSec Spellings is going to be on Sunday’s “Meet The Press” (NBC) to talk about school safety issues.I wonder if they’ll get in some questions about student lending, Reading First, or this whole NCLB thing. Do you think she’s worried about coming in 2nd, like she did (to Squiggy Lenny) on “Jeopardy” last summer?

From USDE:

THE WEEK AHEAD

Sunday April 22, 2007 | Friday April 27, 2007

Sunday, April 22
9:00 a.m. EDT Secretary Spellings will appear on NBC’s Meet The Press, where she will join a panel to discuss school safety issues.

Washington, D.C.
OPEN PRESS

Monday, April 23
NO PUBLIC EVENTS

Tuesday, April 24
NO PUBLIC EVENTS

Wednesday, April 25
NO PUBLIC EVENTS

Thursday, April 26
NO PUBLIC EVENTS

Friday, April 27
10:00 a.m. MDT Secretary Spellings will address the New Mexico Business Roundtable for Education Excellence in Albuquerque, NM, to discuss the President’s proposals for the reauthorization of No Child Left Behind this year, global competitiveness, and higher education reform with 200 business and education leaders.

Albuquerque, NM
OPEN PRESS

12:15 p.m. MDT Secretary Spellings will deliver remarks at the 2007 National Charter Schools conference, hosted by the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, where she will discuss No Child Left Behind reauthorization and the Administration’s support for public charter schools.

Albuquerque, NM

OPEN PRESS

1:35 p.m. MDT Secretary Spellings will travel to Armijo Elementary School in Albuquerque, NM, where she will visit two science classes taught by employees of Sandia National Laboratories participating in the laboratory’s Adjunct Teacher Corps. Part of President Bush’s $5.9 billion American Competitiveness Initiative, the Secretary will highlight the President’s proposals to include the Adjunct Teacher Corps program in the reauthorization of No Child Left Behind this year.

Albuquerque, NM
OPEN PRESS

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