Joe Williams

Executive Director, Democrats for Education Reform

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Executive Director of Democrats for Education Reform, a political-action committee working to get Democrats engaged in accountability-based reforms

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Democrats are sharply divided between school  "reformers" and so-called "traditionalists."

Can Obama's Education Chief Save the Nation's Schools?

Democrats are sharply divided between school  "reformers" and so-called "traditionalists."

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