There's hope for improved schools -- if Congress helps
Unless Congress blows it, the United States has the best chance ever to finally make its public education system world class.
There's widespread awareness -- not just among education reformers, but employers and ordinary people -- that American schools are second-rate by international standards and that it's dangerous to the nation's economic health and national security.
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