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Commission's Report Outlines Education Priorities

Feb 22, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Activists have long warned about the widening achievement gap between white and minority students. The Equity and Excellence Commission, a federally chartered group of about 30 education experts, is recommending changes to the funding and delivery of education. Steve Inskeep talks to three members of the commission: Chris Edley, dean of University of California, Berkeley, law school; Stanford education professor Linda Darling-Hammond; and Eric Hanushek, a Hoover Institution senior fellow and Stanford professor.

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