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Arne Duncan for #ThanksaBillion

Arne Duncan for #ThanksaBillion
Arne Duncan for #ThanksaBillion
Length: 0:59

Secretary Duncan thanks teachers for their unwavering commitment to service and students.

#ThankATeacher - Arne Duncan calls a retiring teacher

#ThankATeacher - Arne Duncan calls a retiring teacher
#ThankATeacher - Arne Duncan calls a retiring teacher
Length: 2:21

Secretary Arne Duncan makes a surprise phone call to a retiring teacher and learns about her transition from the classroom to becoming a teacher leader.

Lori Blow teaches math and is the Math Testing Coordinator at Vanston Middle School in Mesquite (TX) Independent School District (MISD)

#ThankATeacher - Arne Duncan calls a teacher in Florida

#ThankATeacher - Arne Duncan calls a teacher in Florida
#ThankATeacher - Arne Duncan calls a teacher in Florida
Length: 2:27

Secretary Arne Duncan surprises Linda Markum with a thank you call during Teacher Appreciation Week.

Linda Markum, 6th grade Social Studies Teacher at Pacetti Bay Middle School, St. Johns County School District, St. Augustine, FL.

#ThankATeacher - Ted Mitchell

#ThankATeacher - Ted Mitchell
#ThankATeacher - Ted Mitchell
Length: 1:23

Ted Mitchell, Under Secretary for the U.S. Department of Education tells us about his favorite teacher and why teaching is so imporant.

Shanna Peeples on the importance of teachers

Shanna Peeples on the importance of teachers
Shanna Peeples on the importance of teachers
Length: 2:43

Shanna Peeples, 2015 National Teacher of the Year lifts up the importance of teachers in the lives of students and offers encouragement.

#ThankATeacher - James Cole, Jr.

#ThankATeacher - James Cole, Jr.
#ThankATeacher - James Cole, Jr.
Length: 1:18

James Cole, Jr., General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Education talks about his favorite teacher

Secretary Duncan Thanks the Teachers of Moten Elementary School

Secretary Duncan Thanks the Teachers of Moten Elementary School
Secretary Duncan Thanks the Teachers of Moten Elementary School
Length: 1:27

Secretary Duncan surprised the teachers of Moten Elementary School during their Teacher Appreciation Day breakfast on May 5, 2015.

#ThankATeacher - Deb Delisle

#ThankATeacher - Deb Delisle
#ThankATeacher - Deb Delisle
Length: 1:18

Deb Delisle, Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary Education tells us about her favorite teacher and why teaching is so imporant

2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools

2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools
2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools
Length: 6:37

Secretary Arne Duncan and Christy Goldfuss, Managing Director of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, announce the 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools

Arne Duncan on 50 Years of ESEA

Arne Duncan on 50 Years of ESEA
Arne Duncan on 50 Years of ESEA
Length: 5:27

Secretary Arne Duncan marked the 50th Anniversary of the passage of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library in Washington D.C., on April 9, 2015

Arne Duncan on 50 Years of ESEA [FULL SPEECH]

Arne Duncan on 50 Years of ESEA [FULL SPEECH]
Arne Duncan on 50 Years of ESEA [FULL SPEECH]
Length: 17:40

Secretary Arne Duncan marked the 50th Anniversary of the passage of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library in Washington D.C., on April 9, 2015

Marc Morial and Arne Duncan discuss ESEA

Marc Morial and Arne Duncan discuss ESEA
Marc Morial and Arne Duncan discuss ESEA
Length: 4:02

Secretary Duncan discussed the Elementary and Secondary Education Act with National Urban League president, Marc Morial, after a recent event at the White House.

"Step up and fund education" - Secretary Arne Duncan visits E.M. Stanton Elementary School

"Step up and fund education" - Secretary Arne Duncan visits E.M. Stanton Elementary School
"Step up and fund education" - Secretary Arne Duncan visits E.M. Stanton Elementary School
Length: 1:40

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan recently visited Edwin M. Stanton Elementary in Philadelphia to highlight the need to support teachers and students by investing in our nation’s schools.

READ more about Secretary Duncan's visit: http://www.ed.gov/blog/2015/03/secret...

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Improving Education: A View from King/Drew Magnet High School

Improving Education: A View from King/Drew Magnet High School
Improving Education: A View from King/Drew Magnet High School
Length: 4:41

The students at King/Drew Magnet High School in Los Angeles, California, are reaching new heights because of the high standards set by teachers. In one of the most economically challenged areas of the country, teachers are engaging their students through creative, meaningful work to prepare them for college and careers. Student not only graduate in high numbers, fully 90% of those who graduate are going on to college, including many of the country’s top schools.

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