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Archived US Government related articles in the mediaShould History Record the Unvarnished Bush? Editing out bush's bloopers: does sanitizing the president's gaffes from official transcripts alter history? ...More from the Washington Post
Slave Caster of Freedom. Dr. Eugene Walton former Coordinator of Affirmative Action Programs at the US Library of Congress writes for ed-u.com: When Freedom, the statue perched atop the dome of the Capitol, was hoisted in place on December 2, 1863, Philip Reid was there, in spirit if not in body, standing tall and relishing his greatest accomplishment ...More from ed-u.com - Internal Article
D.C. Wants to Catalog Its Kids. Privacy advocates decry a plan to keep digital fingerprint and photo files of schoolchildren in the District of Columbia ...More from Wired News
Laura Bush: A Teacher in The (White) House. It was only a laugh line, a bit of drollery designed to stoke up the crowd at the expense of the opposition. But Laura Welch Bush's jab at Vice President Al Gore in her keynote speech at the Republican National Convention last year likewise carried the unstated message that the GOP was staking a claim on a mainstay Democratic issue: education ...More from Education Week
New York City high school student gets Bill Clinton to address her graduating class. Katie Couric prompted her to read from her letter to him: "You are the first President who was a real person. Honestly, it might be good for you too, to be in a place where you are adored, respected and appreciated no matter what the latest media reports" ...More from the Media Research Center
U.S.: Fear Countries, Not Hacker Teens. Forget the supposed menace of teen hackers causally bypassing the security of U.S. military computers. The real worry isn't a teen like Analyzer -- the alias for an Israeli youth who penetrated dozens of Defense Department computers -- but foreign governments, according to a hearing organized by the U.S. Congress' Joint Economic Committee ...More from Wired News
US Senate approves education bill requiring tests. The landmark measure calls for huge spending increases. It would let some parents use U.S. funds if schools fail to meet standards ...More from the Los Angeles Times
The United Nations withdraws USA's seat in Human Rights Commission. "The United States suffered a diplomatic humiliation at the United Nations," says The Telegraph, by failing to win re-election to the Commission for the first time since 1947 ...More from What The Papers Say
Women on top. Eight of the 18 people who gather for daily senior staff meetings with President Bush are women. In fact, Bush has appointed more women to top positions than many predicted ...More from USNews.com
Education Has Center Stage Under Bush. For years, the Department of Education was the federal agency that Republicans loved to hate. It was criticized for losing track of grant money, meddling in what is overwhelmingly a state and local function, and promulgating programs and regulations that baffled local school systems and bloated their bureaucracies... More from the Washington Post
Vote-Auction Sidesteps Legalities. Vote-auction.com changes name and moves its registrar to Germany. Its' still looking to make a money-making venture of selling votes to the highest bidder... More from Wired News
Education & Politics. An in-depth study of voter attitudes in the US confirms that education is the top issue on their agenda this year... More from the Washington Post
The Tangled Web of E-Voting. While Internet companies are tripping over one another to stake out ground in the electronic voting marketplace, election officials warn that too much too quick could backfire... More from Wired News
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