Arne Duncan: How Dream Act Can Cut Deficit

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Secretary of Education Arne Duncan delivers his closing address at the Education Summit  in Denver on Feb. 16, 2011. i

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan delivers his closing address at the Education Summit in Denver on Feb. 16, 2011. Ed Andrieski/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Secretary of Education Arne Duncan delivers his closing address at the Education Summit  in Denver on Feb. 16, 2011.

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan delivers his closing address at the Education Summit in Denver on Feb. 16, 2011.

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During Obama's Twitter Town Hall meeting Wednesday, several questions focused on U.S. schools' needs and budgets. Host Michel Martin and Secretary of Education Arne Duncan discuss No Child Left Behind, the plan aimed to improve failing public schools; as well as the Dream Act, which would create a path to citizenship for some undocumented youth.

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