|Date:||Tue, 10 Oct 2006 16:30:51 +0200|
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We understand the stakes of victory and the consequences of defeat.
I believe every child can learn.
, he spoke to Canadian Prime Minister Harper.
Bush calls troops from his ranch in Crawford, Texas, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov.
And then the President will participate in the closing discussion regarding the lessons learned from the conference, and you'll hear from him briefly then.
So when I came to Washington, I worked with Republicans and Democrats to pass the No Child Left Behind Act, and I was proud to sign it into law.
Thanks to this good law, we are leaving behind the days when schools just shuffled children from grade to grade, whether they learned anything or not. It would be destabilizing to the region and could lead to further escalation of tensions. PERINO: I'm not going to question what Senator Warner said that he saw or that he felt, no.
, he spoke to Canadian Prime Minister Harper. And this is putting America's children on the path to a better life.
I will focus on three areas where we can improve. In both reading and math, African-American and Hispanic students are scoring higher, and they are beginning to close the achievement gap with their white peers.
And this hostile act would be most incendiary and threatening to North Korea's immediate neighbors. However, even going back to when he was governor, he supported weapons-free school zones and instant background checks, and other things of that nature.
The most recent national tests show encouraging results. Laura and I are praying for the victims and their families, and we extend our sympathies to them and to the communities that have been devastated by these attacks. And this hostile act would be most incendiary and threatening to North Korea's immediate neighbors.
The federal government is asking for demonstrated results in exchange for the money we send from Washington. I know that we have regular contact with Senator Warner.
He's been to Iraq many times.
I will focus on three areas where we can improve. If I can get some more, I'll certainly reply to you. Our goal is clear: Children and teachers should never fear for their safety when they enter a classroom.
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