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TC's Kagan Offers Advice to the Next President

Early childhood is the unsung hero of education.
"Early childhood is the unsung hero of education."  That's how TC  faculty member and associate dean Sharon  Lynn Kagan begins her education advice to the next president. To hear the rest of what Kagan has to say, as well advice to the eventual winner on November 4th from authors Jonathan Kozol and Mike Rose, KIPP schools founders David Levin and Mike Feinberg, Olympic Gold Medalist and Title IX supporter Donna de Verona, and Deborah Meier, regarded as the mother of the small schools movement, visit http://www.merrow.org/ed_advice/       

Published Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008

TC's Kagan Offers Advice to the Next President

"Early childhood is the unsung hero of education."  That's how TC  faculty member and associate dean Sharon  Lynn Kagan begins her education advice to the next president. To hear the rest of what Kagan has to say, as well advice to the eventual winner on November 4th from authors Jonathan Kozol and Mike Rose, KIPP schools founders David Levin and Mike Feinberg, Olympic Gold Medalist and Title IX supporter Donna de Verona, and Deborah Meier, regarded as the mother of the small schools movement, visit http://www.merrow.org/ed_advice/       
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