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McCain Gets More Education Policy Help...

By Michele McNeil — March 11, 2008 1 min read
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...from Lisa Graham Keegan, a former Arizona state schools chief who will start devoting more time to Sen. John McCain’s campaign as one of his education policy advisers, according to this Arizona Republic story.

Already part of a team of five education advisers, Keegan will take on a greater, more time-consuming role now that McCain is the GOP nominee. Note in the story that even his education advisers haven’t spent much time talking about education issues with Sen. McCain, who has largely avoided the issue on the campaign trail.

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