Education Plans of George W. Bush and Al Gore

GUESTS: CONGRESSMAN BILL GOODLING *Republican, Pennsylvania *Chairman of the House Education Committee OTHER GUESTS TBA George W. Bush says the Clinton-Gore administration has created an "education recession" in American schools. The Gore campaign says the "achievement gap" has been narrowed and that Texas schools are not exactly a model for the nation. Beyond the rhetoric, what are the major differences of the two presidential candidates? Join Juan Williams and guests to compare the education plans of George W. Bush and Al Gore, on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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