Paul Cummins

Executive Director of New Visions Foundation

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Executive Director of the New Visions Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles, California that creates independent schools and programs for underserved urban students; author of Two Americas, Two Educations: Funding Quality Schools for All Students

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When Congress reconvenes, it's scheduled to take up renewal of President Bush's signature education reform,  No Child Left Behind .  Accountability was supposed to come from tests in…

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