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Education Secretary Richard Riley released a new educational technology plan for the nation Dec. 15, just one month before the Bush administration was to assume control of the executive branch of government.
"I invite Congress and the new administration to continue to support state and local education leaders in harnessing the best of the information age for education," Riley said in a statement. "This is an opportunity for our children that the country cannot afford to miss."
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