November 24, 2004
Vol. 24, Issue 13
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President Bush’s decision to nominate Margaret Spellings, his chief domestic-policy adviser, as the new U.S. secretary of education signals a steady course on education policymaking from the administration, analysts say.
PAGE 36 - Commentary
Teachers' unions and superintendents need not act as opposing forces, believes Larry Cuban, drawing on lessons learned during the reformation of the San Diego school district.
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