Education Reform and Workforce Development
We strongly support federal legislation that recognizes and builds upon state and local initiatives to improve education. Any legislation must include these essential principles: Student Achievement, Assessment, Continuous Improvement, School Safety, Sanctions for Failing Schools, Teacher Preparation, High Standards, and Public Information. We commend the administration and Congress for making quality education a top priority and seeking bipartisan support for reform.
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June 18, 2013JC Watts talks about bringing ethnic diversity to the GOP
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The Guardian Nigeria
June 17, 2013The crisis in public education: Causes and the way forward
Political Affairs Magazine
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The Atlantic Cities
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June 16, 2013The New Battle Over Immigration (Fortune, 1988)
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