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Arne's Science Guy

Steve Robinson, whose name many folks will recognize from President Barack Obama's congressional office, and the presidential campaign, has officially joined the U.S. Department of Education as a senior adviser.

Robinson will be focusing on science, math, engineering, and technology issues.

My colleague, Sean Cavanagh, has much more over at Curriculum Matters.

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