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In sum, education was not on the table in the national election.

[Arne Duncan] acts as though he knows exactly what to do to reform education, and he will use every tool in his command to get states and localities to do what he wants.

I find this ironic, since he was unable to produce dramatic reform in Chicago during his nearly eight years as superintendent of schools. I worry that Chicago has become the model for the nation, but I don’t see a pattern of improvement there that should be followed by the rest of the nation Go to the original…



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