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Jamie Fasteau has been named the director of policy development for the Washington-based Alliance for Excellent Education, a policy, research, and advocacy organization. Ms. Fasteau, 30, was previously the legislative assistant on education to U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash.

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Vol. 26, Issue 24, Page 8

Published in Print: February 20, 2007, as Jamie Fasteau

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