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The Federal Government's Role in Education Reform

Complete video at: Former Colorado Governor Roy Romer proposes another new deal in education to create a federal policy of consumer protection. ----- CNN Special Correspondent Frank Sesno moderates a discussion titled, Which Way to Education Excellence? The panel discussion will bring together thought leaders from all sectors of the education community and focus on what America must do to prepare students for academic excellence in the 21st century. ED in 08 is a national, nonpartisan campaign that calls on all the presidential candidates to propose plans to ensure that American students will graduate from high school with the skills needed to compete in a global economy. For more information, log onto - The New Republic Roy Romer chairs Strong American Schools, a nonpartisan campaign promoting sound education policies for all Americans. Romer directs the "ED in '08" campaign, a nonpartisan public awareness and action campaign to raise education to one of the country's top domestic priorities and challenge the 2008 presidential candidates to begin a dialogue about how they will improve American schools. He was the 39th Governor of Colorado, serving from 1986 to 1998, and from 2001 to 2006 he served as superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District. John Deasy is the Superintendent of Prince George County's Schools.
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