Carol Broos attended what was to have been U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's first official meeting after the presidential inauguration. In preparation for the meeting, we'd asked this network the five questions about U.S. education that Carol had been asked to prepare to talk about in the meeting.
This live conversation with Carol will be a follow-up to that meeting. We'll ask Carol to tell us what happened in the meeting, what plans have been made, and what her general thoughts are about what is taking place in the new administration with regard to education. You can follow Carol at www.beatechie.com.
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