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Schedule: Duncan And Danza

ScreenHunter_15 Jan. 25 13.24 Other than what sounds like an awkward event in Philly with Ackerman and Tony Danza, Duncan's got a pretty light week for media events next week.

I wonder what he's dressing up as for Halloween, and what the rules are for USDE staffers about going to the Colbert/Stewart event on the Mall next weekend.

Anyone know?

PUBLIC SCHEDULE OF U.S. EDUCATION SECRETARY ARNE DUNCAN

THE WEEK AHEAD: Monday-Sunday, Oct. 25-31

MONDAY, OCT. 25
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Joins Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Superintendent Arlene Ackerman, actor Tony Danza, Temple University President Ann Weaver Hart and A&E Network CEO Abbe Raven for a TEACH Town Hall hosted by the U.S. Department of Education, A&E Network and Temple University.  The group will discuss the importance of education for our nation's future, the rewards and challenges of teaching and opportunities and pathways into the teaching profession.
Temple University, The Temple Performing Arts Center, 1913 N. Broad St., Philadelphia

2-3:15 p.m.
Participation with Gov. Edward G. Rendell in a public discussion on the state of education in Pennsylvania. Media availability 3:25-3:40 p.m.
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, 200 South Broad St., Philadelphia

TUESDAY, OCT. 26
No public events

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27
9-9:45 a.m.
Keynote address at Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's Education Summit: Innovate to Educate.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 200 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va.

THURSDAY, OCT. 28
No public events

FRIDAY, OCT. 29
No public events

SATURDAY, OCT. 30
No public events

SUNDAY, OCT. 31
No public events
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