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Aspen Institute's Wurtzel To Join Permanent Ed. Dept. Ranks

Judy Wurtzel, who was on leave from the Aspen Institute to serve as a consultant to the Education Department, is in line to take a full-time position under Education Secretary Arne Duncan. She would be the deputy assistant secretary for planning, evaluation and policy development.

That's according to an email just sent out by the Aspen Institute. UPDATE: And the education department also confirms.

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