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Big Stories Of The Day (Wednesday May 30)

Well, not really that big...

A Bush Brother Spreads His Vision NYT
Neil Bush, brother of the President of the United States, is behind a teaching method that is intended to bypass textbooks.

Putting His Wealth to Work To Improve Urban Schools Washington Post
He counts the Prince George's County school superintendent and D.C. school board president among his disciples. He has advised the D.C. mayor on cuts in school system bureaucracy.

With lawsuit looming, Spellings discusses No Child Left Behind Danbury News
US Education Secretary Margaret Spellings vigorously defended the No Child Left Behind Act today in Connecticut, which has filed a federal ...

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