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    International Perspective on Redesigning High Schools

    “Redesigning High Schools: An International Perspective.” The opening plenary session focused on the results of the year’s initiative in education, concentrating on the critical need to enact reforms that ensure the high…

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    Charter Education Programs

    First the governors voted on proposed policies and recognized outgoing governors. The 2005-2006 NGA chairmanship will pass to Governor Huckabee who spoke briefly at the end of the session. Governor…

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    NGA Opening News Conference

    Officials of the National Governors Association held an opening news conference before their annual meeting in Des Moines, Iowa. They outlined the agenda for the meeting which was scheduled…

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    Future of Health Care

    Governor Mark Warner (D-VA), Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Leavitt, and the National Coordinator for Health and Information Technology David Brailer talked about the future of…

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    State-Federal Education Issues

    The first two days of the 2005 National Governors Association winter meeting were devoted to the 2005 National Education Summit on High Schools. Secretary Spellings talked about the Education…

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    U.S. Health Care

    In an open session Secretary Leavitt, a former governor of Utah, talked about the federal-state partnership and the problems with Medicaid costs. Mr. Aaron and Mr. Butler also talked about…

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    State Medicaid Reforms

    The chair and vice chair of the National Governors Association spoke to reporters about Medicaid reform after a meeting with the president.

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    Opening News Conference

    Governors spoke to reporters about an annual gathering for the 2005 National Governors Association Winter Meeting, which for the first two days was devoted to the National Education Summit…

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