|Subject:||[Dahu-dev] blurry chancellor|
|Date:||Sat, 7 Oct 2006 19:39:55 +0200|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 (Windows/20060909)|
Oh, thank you for coming, Asia.
I started off my speech by saying we're setting high standards. This is a gathering where people will be sharing thoughts, best practices, and hopefully coming up with some ideas that can help school districts. Oh, thank you for coming, Asia. I think that he believes that while it is tough going in Iraq, that slow progress is being made.
And there's no doubt in my mind we can achieve that objective. You have specialized learning projects, extra tutoring.
They can help the schools effectively from both outside and inside, prevent these attackers.
I wouldn't expect a lot of policy outcomes and recommendations to come out of this conference.
PERINO: I don't believe that the President thinks that way.
He's not here either, but he is the facilitator in what's called a SmartLab. This is a gathering where people will be sharing thoughts, best practices, and hopefully coming up with some ideas that can help school districts. And that not only makes me happier, but my mom can't seem to stop smiling.
Let me give you a little bit more description of that first panel. And I thank that teacher for doing that.
We know that we have to work with the international community in order to get this done.
And one way to help the law is to help our teachers in an innovative way.
So when I came here to Washington I made a focused effort to work with Democrats and Republicans to pass this important law. Is the White House thinking, or rethinking its current climate change policy, as well as its definition of what constitutes sound science? Bolton Ambassador Permanent U.
This is the one that is headed by Attorney General Gonzales called, "Preventing Violence in Schools.
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