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Press materials from April 25th, 2007, launch of ED in 08 campaign
PRESS RELEASE -- June 28, 2007 - Candidates First Real Discussion of Education Shows Progress but More Work Needs To Be Done on Comprehensive Solutions
PRESS RELEASE - June 26, 2007 -- Former Governors Vilsack and Ray Lead Hawkeye State Kick-Off of National K-12 Education Reform Campaign
PRESS RELEASE -- June 21, 2007 -- Former Governors Vilsack and Ray Join Bipartisan Group of Iowa Leaders to Challenge Presidential Candidates to Make K-12 Education Reform a Top Priority
PRESS RELEASE -- June, 21, 2007 -- Romer to Urge U.S. Conference of Mayors to Make Education Reform a Top Priority as Leaders Meet with Presidential Hopefuls
PRESS RELEASE -- June 12, 2007 - Statement from Roy Romer on New Report Finding that 1.2 Million Students Will Dropout This Year.
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