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Kerri Briggs Joins Bush Institute

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Kerri Briggs, who helped implement the No Child Left Behind Act as the assistant U.S. education secretary for elementary and secondary education during the George W. Bush administration, has been hired as program director of education reform for the George W. Bush Institute. Ms. Briggs recently served as state schools superintendent for the District of Columbia. She will work on “reform-based principles of accountability” at the Bush Institute, in Dallas.

Vol. 30, Issue 08, Page 5

Published in Print: October 20, 2010, as Kerri Briggs Joins Bush Institute
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