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Nancy Flanagan argues that there are disturbing parallels between the Bush administration's approach to invading Iraq and its strategy for improving schools. In both cases, she says, it "put proclamations and plans ahead of thoughtful intelligence-gathering," and now we're stuck with an unalterable "infrastructure investment" in a flawed policy.

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