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Providing a Good Education

President Bush delivers remarks on Education Accountability at Logan High School in La Crosse, Wisconsin. May 8, 2002. White House photo by Tina Hager. Education is the ticket to personal prosperity. Without a good education, the workers of tomorrow simply won't be able to compete in the modern global economy. And the workers of today need access to new skills and new opportunities through continuing education and training. The President's agenda:

  • Raises standards and requires results in the classroom;
  • Gives parents more control over their children's education;
  • Gives local schools more control while holding them more accountable; and
  • Invests in today's workers by providing education and training opportunities to learn new skills.

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