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Republicans ‘too nice’ to Sebelius on departure?

Center for American Progress’ Emily Tisch Sussman on the GOP’s comments on Kathleen Sebelius’ departure, ObamaCare and the 2014 midterm elections.

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  1. Lowering standards in our nation's schools?

    Texas may slash number of standardized tests

  2. How Will Sequestration Impact Kids and Teachers?

    American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten on the impact of sequestration to the education system in the U.S.

  3. Sequestration Not Living Up to Past 'Crises'

    Sequestration hasn't seemed to capture the nation's attention in quite the same way as past manufactured fiscal crises.Perhaps it's the term itself. Few people know ...

  4. Sequestration: When Will You Feel the Pain?

    The president has been busy touring the country this week warning Americans about the damaging effects of the automatic spending cuts, but some experts say his cauti...

  5. White House Backs Away From Sequester Details

    The White House on Thursday backed away from descriptions of at least one specific impact of the across-the-board spending cuts due to begin Friday, also known as th...

  6. What America can learn from Israel about school security

    Should U.S. have armed guards in schools?

  7. Is Educational System Failing Our Children?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the state of education in America.

  8. Financial Lessons Learned

    Aside from the unswerving advice to spend less than you make, personal finance wisdom has a way of evolving year by year, as the economy, tax laws, and other variabl...

  9. Secretary Arne Duncan on Our Public Schools

    U. S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan talks to Alan about improving our school system and making education more affordable.

  10. National Small Business Week, May 20-26

    Since 1963, the SBA has been hosting National Small Business Week — an event aiming to honor and empower small-business owners. Find out what to expect from this yea...

  11. North Carolina approves ban gay marriage

    Voters pass constitutional amendment defining marriage solely as a union between a man and a woman

  12. Is Tech the Way to Get Higher Education Back on Track?

    It seems everyone is squawking about higher education these days.Tuition costs are spiraling  and on top of that, student loan default rates are soaring. Cumulative ...

  1. Equal pay? Not at the White House, report says

    President Obama will sign two executive orders concerning equal pay for women, but a report finds female White House staffers earn only 88 cents on the dollar compared to men.

  2. GrubHub CEO on the company’s IPO debut

    GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney on the company and its IPO.

  3. Why I went to the White House today

    Talking Points 2/27

  4. The return of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright

    Inside Obama's controversial former pastor's keynote address at the Chicago Teachers Union breakfast

  5. State of education in Louisiana

    Founder of Studentsfirst.org Michelle Rhee weighs in on the educational systems in Louisiana and New Orleans.

  6. Obama Outlines New Federal Student Aid Plan

    President Barack Obama on Thursday proposed a plan to tackle soaring U.S. education costs with a new system that judges colleges and universities on their financial ...

  7. College students using federal aid to offset tuition costs

    Kelly Wright reports from Washington, D.C.

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