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NAEP And Public Investment In Knowledge

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I'm a wonky guy, too, so I tend to embrace investments like NAEP. Could I inqurire...would you publicly advocate to preserve NAEP spending by finding other cuts -- like cutting Title I? I'm no political wizard, but it seems to me if Shanker Institute valued research so much that it advocated for fewer teachers and aides to offset a research investment, that argument might get political traction.

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