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After Hurricane Katrina, educators and analysts are putting forward ideas for the future of public education in New Orleans.

PHOTO: Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco of Louisiana receives a standing ovation during a Sept. 14 speech to legislators in Baton Rouge about the condition of the state after Hurricane Katrina. She called for a “historic effort” to make the New Orleans schools a “world-class” district.
—Rogelio Solis/AP
—Robert Ruiz for Education Week

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