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Five for Friday
A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center
January 5, 2018
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The Year In Photos
From Dallas to Florida, from Namibia to New York, 2017 was a remarkable year for the George W. Bush Presidential Center. Our staff has selected several of the most remarkable photos from the year â€“ and shares the stories behind the moments captured.
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Watch | Ringing in 2018 Supporting our Veterans
In an interview live from Times Square on New Year's Eve, Presidential Leadership Scholar Meghan Ogilvie talked about â€śbaking a differenceâ€ť in the lives of Americaâ€™s heroes at her Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown.
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ICYMI | School Leadership Initiative Makes Headlines
The Bush Instituteâ€™s School Leadership Initiative is trending in the news. Deputy Director of Education Reform Eva Chiang talks to the Austin American-Statesman <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir
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about working with school districts across the nation to help school leaders improve.
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Read | No Child Left Behindâ€™s Legacy â€“ and School Accountabilityâ€™s Future
On January 8, 2002, President Bush signed into law No Child Left Behind, the landmark bipartisan education act. In an essay published this week on The 74, a national education news site, Bush Institute Executive Director Holly Kuzmich provides an insiderâ€™s look at the bipartisan lawâ€™s creation and legacy. Anne Wicks, the Bush Instituteâ€™s education reform director, and William McKenzie, the Bush Instituteâ€™s editorial director, describe what school accountability <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir
means today â€“ and how it can be improved.
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Experience | Escaping North Korea
More than 30,000 North Koreans have defected to South Korea since the 1990s. But what does it take to escape? Justin Seo, a Bush Institute North Korea Freedom Scholarship recipient, risked everything to escape the North and find freedom.
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