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Georgia Hedrick noticed how busy the U. S. Department of Ed is these days. Every time criticism appears in a newspaper, Rod's team moves in with a response. Below you will find a list of recent op eds and letters spewed forth from the U. S. Department of Education.

Thanks, Georgia.

September 10, 2004
"A Good Report Card for School Reform Law" appeared in the Wall Street Journal.

September 8, 2004
"No Child Left Behind Act Is Working" appeared in the Des Moines Register.

September 3, 2004
"No Child Left Behind Sparks Improvement" appeared in The Detroit News.

August 30, 2004
"Fewer Children Being Left Behind" appeared in The Miami Herald.

August 23, 2004
"Charter School Results" letter of the editor
appeared in The New York Times.

August 18, 2004
This letter to the editor appeared in the Canton Repository.

August 16, 2004
"Back-to-School Is About More Than Buying Pencils" appeared in the St. Paul Pioneer Press (Minnesota).

August 9, 2004
"No Child Left Behind a Positive Tool for Oregon Schools" appeared in The Oregonian.

August 4, 2004
"There's No Doubt No Child Law Works" appeared in The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

July 15, 2004
"Naked Partisans" appeared in the Wall Street Journal.

July 3, 2004
"No Child Left Behind Will Improve State's Education System" appeared in the Center Daily Times (State College, Pennsylvania).

June 22, 2004
"Time to Re-think Education Spending" appeared in the Hampton Roads Daily Press.

June 14, 2004
"No Child Left Behind Law Helping Schools Make
Needed Reforms" appeared in The Columbia State (South Carolina).

June 13, 2004
"No Child Left Behind School Accountability Act
Challenges the Status Quo" appeared in the Denver Post.

June 1, 2004
"Detroit Sees School Gains from No Child Left
Behind" appeared in The Detroit News.

May 14, 2004
"Educational Equality Eludes Us, Even Now" appeared in USA Today.

May 2004
This Cinco de Mayo editorial appeared in various newspapers.
en Espanol.

April 28, 2004
"Leaving Behind School Violence" appeared in The Washington Post.

April 23, 2004
This letter to the editor appeared in the Honolulu Advertiser.

April 11, 2004
"All States Participate in No Child Left Behind" appeared in the Indianapolis Star.

April 5, 2004
"Yes, Virginia, There Is a Reason to Stay with 'No Child'" appeared in the Fredericksburg Freelance-Star.

March 31, 2004
This letter to the editor appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle.

March 23, 2004
"'No Child' Law Creates 50 Accountability Plans" appeared in The Detroit News.

"A Qualified Teacher in Every Classroom" appeared in the Los Angeles Times.

"Ensuring Quality Teachers" appeared in the Toledo Blade.

March 22, 2004
"'No Child' Act Is Not Punitive" appeared in The Cincinnati Post.

March 12, 2004
"Don't Fault the Law" appeared in USA Today.

March 11, 2004
Secretary Paige sent a memo to editorial writers.

"No Child Left Behind Act Takes Alaska's Special Needs into Account" appeared in the Anchorage Daily News.

March, 2004
"Hispanics Have Good Reason to Embrace No Child Left Behind" appeared in various newspapers en Espanol.

March 1, 2004
"Let's Get Past Politics and Work for Children"
appeared in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

February 28, 2004
"Beyond My Mistake, My Real Frustration" appeared in the Houston Chronicle.

February 27, 2004
"Focus on the Children" appeared in The Washington Post.

"No Child Left Behind Allows States to Define
Standards" appeared in The Tampa Tribune.

February 19, 2004
"Parents Favor No Child Left Behind for School
Reform" appeared in The Christian Science Monitor.

January 4, 2004
"No Child Left Behind" appeared in the Argus Leader (Sioux Falls, South Dakota).


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