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Education and U.S. Competitiveness (Audio)

Speakers: Michael Barber, Chief Education Adviser, Pearson; Founder, U.S. Education Delivery Institute; Former Chief Adviser on Delivery to British Prime Minister Tony Blair
Margaret Spellings, President and Chief Executive Officer, Margaret Spellings and Company; Former U.S. Secretary of Education; Member, CFR Independent Task Force on U.S. Education Reform and National Security
Presider: Charles Lane, Editorial Writer, Washington Post
November 17, 2011

Michael Barber and Margaret Spellings discuss the state of elementary and secondary education in the United States.


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