Race to the Top - What Tennessee can teach Washington about bipartisanship
41 applicants, 40 states and D.C. applied for the fund, the top 16 have made it to the final stage of the competition.
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#1 Mar 16, 2010
it should be what Washington could teach tenn..congress passed laws requiring all Federal money be spent on schools that are accredited by a independent company like s.a.c.s...now in GA.when a school don't meet sacs requirements the Governor removes the school board..in tn. it don't matter,,until tn. schools have to meet the same standards as other states do..they will stay number 47 no matter how much money is spent on them..a tn.high school diploma may or may not be any good depends on the town you live in,,and what state or country you show it in..
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