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Congressional Support of Obama/Duncan Education Agenda: What's Up?

First, Charles Barone at Swift & Change Able reports via Twitter this morning that some members of Congress are "following orders" from supporters of the education "status quo" to stop appearing with Education Secretary Arne Duncan and stop lending support to President Obama's education agenda.

And now, several moderate Senate Democrats have sent a letter in support of Obama's education message.

What's going on?

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