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Education Secretary Arne Duncan to be inducted in Academic Hall of Fame
What a hoot.
Inducted into the Academic All-American Hall of Fame on June 25 along with Arne Duncan were Alvin Adams who played for University of Oklahoma from 1972-1975, excelling as both a forward and a center, now Vice President for Facility Management for the Phoenix Arena Sports Corporation; former USC swimmer; John Naber, a four-time Olympic gold medalist who now operates Naber and Associates, a company that "provides motivational speaking, appearances, sportsÃ¢related marketing and consultations for corporations interested in benefitting from Naber's Olympic experiences"; former Notre Dame women's basketball player and then pro Ruth Riley, who was appointed by President George W. Bush to the PresidentÃ¢s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports; former Slippery Rock soccer player Dr. Todd Olsen, head coach women's soccer, Lynchberg College.
The Capital One Academic All-America Hall of Fame press release indicates that Arne Duncan was the headliner inductee.
From the Convention Program Schedule
Convention Attire/Dress Policies
For all convention panels, meetings, sessions (Saturday-Tuesday, June 23-26)/Sunday and Monday luncheons/Kickoff Reception/ESPN Reception: Business casual dress (no shorts, hats/caps or flip-flops for either men or women. Example: slacks and polo shirts for men; dress capris, skirts and pants for women. Tie optional for men.
For Capital One Special Awards Gala (Monday, June 25): Business attire. Jacket/shirts/ties for men.
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By Sharon Stevens
St. Louis (KSDK) -- The country's top education leader, Arne Duncan, will be inducted into the Academic All-American Hall of Fame Monday evening in downtown St. Louis.
Earlier Monday, Duncan visited Vashon High School where the federal government is spending nearly $1 million to boost academic achievement.
The question for Education Secretary Duncan was, is it working? Is the academic environment at one of the city's most troubled schools improving?
Duncan says Vashon is on the right track. He visited two summer school classrooms aimed at students who will be freshmen in the fall.
The district has received millions of dollars through a school improvement grant known as "SIG." The grant is in its second year.
Duncan also took time to shoot a few hoops with several Vashon Wolverine players.
Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro was also at Vashon on Monday. She said her office is not currently reconsidering the city district's status of "unaccredited," but said St. Louis is making progress in academics, attendance, and other areas.
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