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One by one, teachers and parents stood up Tuesday in the crowded Davenport North High School auditorium, talking directly to Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds about the state's education system, reports the Quad-City Times. The governor's question to the public: What should Iowa do to improve its schools and create a world-class education system?
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