July 2005 Archives

John G. Roberts Jr., President Bush's pick to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on the U.S. Supreme Court, has dealt closely with some of the most controversial issues in education as an appellate advocate.


Two recent reports suggest that states' methods of calculating dropout rates are understating the problem and urge more unified methods, guidelines, and tracking systems at the federal level.


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