Marilyn Stewart

President, Chicago Teachers' Union

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President of the Chicago Teachers' Union

Marilyn Stewart on KCRW

Former President Bush produced “ No Child Left Behind .”  Now President Obama has an education reform plan of his own.  He calls it “ Race to the Top ."

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Former President Bush produced “ No Child Left Behind .”  Now President Obama has an education reform plan of his own.  He calls it “ Race to the Top ."

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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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