New coalition to monitor implementation of education portion of stimulus package

According to an article in Philanthropy News Digest, the Aspen Institute has announced that its bipartisan commission on No Child Left Behind and more than 30 education, business, civil rights and philanthropic organizations have joined forces to launch the Coalition for Student Achievement, which will work to ensure that the government’s $100 billion investment in education through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act yields needed reforms and results in significant, lasting gains in student achievement.

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