Sandi Jacobs

Vice President, National Council on Teacher Quality

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Vice President of the National Council on Teacher Quality and Member of the Tennessee “Race to the Top” Advisory Council

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On Monday, 18 states and the District of Colombia were named  finalists  in Round Two of the Obama Administration's " Race to the Top " in education.

Is 'Race to the Top' Producing Education Reform?

On Monday, 18 states and the District of Colombia were named finalists in Round Two of the Obama Administration's " Race to the Top " in education.

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