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Four Words the McCain Campaign Won't Say

In yesterday's big education speech, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., neglected to say the four words that have defined federal K-12 policy for the past six years. Asked why, his advisers didn't utter them either. (Hint: the first starts with an 'N,' the second starts with a 'C,' ... I think you know where this is going.)

Michele McNeil has more at Campaign K-12.

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