Why Bush's School Reforms Might Actually PassBy
It was an extraordinary sight: a smiling George W. greeting liberal warhorse Teddy Kennedy at the White House on Day 3 of the Bush Presidency. Even more telling, the Massachusetts Democrat went out of his way to praise the Texas Republican's decision to put school reform ahead of more polarizing issues. "I have to commend the President for putting education first," Kennedy said.
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