Audrey Soglin

Director of the Center for Education Innovation, Illinois Education Association

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Director of the Center for Education Innovation at the Illinois Education Association, a teachers’ union, and Executive Director of the Consortium for Educational Change

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President Obama is dangling  $4.3 billion in stimulus money  to promote charter schools, merit pay and standardized tests for evaluating teachers.

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President Obama is dangling $4.3 billion in stimulus money to promote charter schools, merit pay and standardized tests for evaluating teachers.

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