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Emanuel & Duncan Push DREAM Act Next Week

image from latinopoliticsblog.comOn Monday, Duncan, Chicago Mayoral Rahm Emanuel and others will appear at West Point to talk about the DREAM Act.  One of the two will reveal that he is actually an undocumented alien (no, not really).  

More DREAM on Tuesday, then appearances Thursday and Friday at the Aspen Ideas Festival related to every reformers' favorite new book, Class Warfare and videogaming, too.  

Cross-posted from TWIE.  See below for more details of Duncan's media schedule and let us know in comments what you think about Democratic (in)action on immigration.

UBLIC SCHEDULE OF U.S. EDUCATION SECRETARY ARNE DUNCAN 

THE WEEK AHEAD: Monday-Friday, June. 27-July 1, 2011
 
(Information/Schedule Subject to Change)
 
Monday, June 27
2:30 p.m. ET
The Secretary will join Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Margaret Stock, a former professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, for a press conference call on the DREAM Act. They will discuss the benefits of the DREAM Act to America's national competitiveness, future workforce and military readiness.  
 
Tuesday, June 28
10 a.m. ET
The Secretary will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the DREAM Act, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room 226. 
 
Wednesday, June 29
No public events 
 
Thursday, June 30
8 a.m. MT
The Secretary will participate in a session titled The Race to the Top Revolution: How It Happened, Why It Matters, where he will discuss the book "Class Warfare: Inside the Fight to Fix America's Schools" with author Steve Brill at the Aspen Institute Ideas Festival in the Paepcke Auditorium, Aspen, Colo.
 
5 p.m. MT
The Secretary will participate in an interview with Andrea Mitchell on Teaching and Learning for a Global Economy.  A question and answer session will follow the interview, in the Benedict Music Tent at the Aspen Institute Ideas Festival, Aspen Colo.
 
Friday, July 1
7:45 a.m. MT
The Secretary will participate in a panel discussion titled Just a Game--Or More Than a Game?, focusing on the role sports play in society and in schools at the Aspen Institute Ideas Festival, in the Hotel Jerome Ballroom, Aspen Colo.  

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  • IDK-to me that sounds pretty good. To people on the right though it's socialism...or socilicism..or communisim, or whatever word they use/spell incorrectly.

    Dream Act seems like common sense to me, it's fair, it's compassionate, it's the right thing to do. Thanks for posting this.

  • Dream act
    Please do not equate right wingers to idiots.The Dream Act is a
    Matter of national survival every bit as much as it is the right thing
    To do. We need to keep the brains in the United States.

  • Yawwwn! Didn't NCLB (and every other piece of federal ED legislation) promise the same thing?

    You'd think that what happens in Washington had no effect whatever on what goes on in a classroom between students and their teachers.

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