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Caught in a bad bromance.
On Thursday, February 4, the Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, held a conference call with college journalists to discuss
WASHINGTON -- Education Secretary Arne Duncan says the furor surrounding President Barack Obama's speech this week to the
What is the Obama administration now doing? Its $4.3 billion will be used to promote privatization of public education and insist that states use the same pathetic tests.
Obama is not a monarch -- Arne Duncan is not education czar -- and we are not his subjects. Educators, students, and citizens must press now for an education worthy of a democracy.
Focusing on what works for kids ought to come first, no matter which end of the political spectrum the idea comes from. This should remain the cornerstone of Duncan's decision-making.
In his seven years as CEO of Chicago Public Schools, Arne Duncan has taken on a host of urban education policy challenges