Gov. George W. Bush's Plans for Education In America

Bush, George W.
October 2000
Phi Delta Kappan;Oct2000, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p122
Presents United States presidential candidate George W. Bush's plan for education should he be elected in 2000. Education reform plans implemented when he was governor of Texas; How he would improve schools; His plans for federal funding, supplied by Title I; His plans for providing educational resources; Assertion that the federal role in education is to foster excellence and challenge failure.


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