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President Bush Discusses Progress in Education in St. Louis
President George W. Bush discusses the No Child Left Behind Act at Pierre Laclede Elementary School with Principal Yolanda Moss and other faculty members in St. Louis, Mo., Monday, Jan. 5, 2004. "This school is a school that has performed -- you have to say, brilliantly," said President Bush of Lacledes' raising the grade level reading of third grade students from 7 percent in 1999 to 80 percent today. "That speaks to strong principals, it speaks to really good teachers. It says this school has got teachers that believe in the capability of every child. It says the school has raised standards and is not afraid to measure." White House photo by Tina Hager

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