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The Broad Foundation (Rhymes with Toad) funds the policy. The Center for American Progress writes the policy papers. Then Arne Duncan repeats the policy. And we get the schools that Broad (Rhymes with Toad) wants.
And current U. S. Department of Education policy should come as no surprise, because the newly minted Senator Barack Obama jumped on this bandwagon in 2005.
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