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Secretary of Education Duncan to Address Hispanic Media & Stakeholders

 

 
 
 

 

Washington, DC – Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will address a gathering of Hispanic media and education stakeholders on Wednesday, October 28, 2009 from 10:00 to 11:00am at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. 

 

 

The Meet the Hispanic Press forum will allow journalists and stakeholders in education to learn about the administration’s education vision. To leverage the momentum of growing national and local reform efforts building across the country, the administration is focused on issues from “cradle to career” with the goal of making all students ready to compete in the global economy. The Secretary will talk about the Department’s work on higher education and early childhood programs and initiatives and the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act [No Child Left Behind]; as well as the status and opportunities of the historic recovery and reinvestment funds [ARRA] and on the latest developments of the White House Initiative on the Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans.  

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STORY TAGS: secretary, education, duncan, hispanic, spanish speaking, american, media, latin, latino, latina, higher education, children, elementary and secondary education action, no child left behind, arra, educational excellence, white house



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