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Omnibus #33

podcast icon Posted Thursday, August 09, 2007. Total length: 29:49

Has No Child Left Behind (NCLB) been good for Long Island schools and students? Martin Cantor, director of Dowling's Long Island Economic and Social Policy Institute and Dr. Patrick Johnson of the School of Education discuss their recent report and findings.
"Educators are being asked to...solve problems that go far beyond the classroom."
Dr. Patrick Johnson

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