Future of U.S. Education
Governor Robert Orr of Indiana, Lynee Cheney, chairwoman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Chester Finn, assistant secretary in the Department of Education, spoke to the annual conference of the Republican Governors Association about the future of U.S. education. Some of the views expressed included a need for a greater emphasis on humanities and history and a need for there to be an easier route for qualified individuals to gain access to the teaching profession. close
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Owen Butler Chairman (Former) Procter and Gamble
Lynne Cheney Chair National Endowment for the Humanities
Chester E. Finn Jr. Assistant Secretary Department of Education->Educational Research and Improvement
Thomas H. Kean Governor [R] New Jersey
Robert Orr Governor [R] Indiana
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