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Democrats are dividing into camps as they debate a new course for education policy after President Bush leaves office, reports The New York Times.
On Wednesday, a group of a dozen prominent educators and lawmakers, led by Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein of New York and the Rev. Al Sharpton, said the United States' public schools shortchanged poor black and Latino children in a way that was "shameful," and urged Washington to squeeze teachers and administrators harder to raise achievement among minorities.
On Tuesday, about 60 prominent educators and academics issued another manifesto, which criticized the federal No Child
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