The more things change, the more they remain the same

“I have been greatly impressed by [her] energy and passion for reforming and improving education,” said the state Board of Regents chairman. “She is a committed educator who recognizes the importance of community as we accelerate our efforts to get all our students to proficiency and close the achievement gap,” said the governor. If those…

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