New Education Department Office To Support Innovation
By Charles Dervarics
The U.S. Department of Education is creating an Office of Innovation to become the “entrepreneurial” arm of the agency, promoting new ideas and strategies.
Nina Rees, former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney, will be deputy secretary in charge of the Office of Innovation and Improvement. A chief goal of the office is to fund promising education practices and disseminate results. For more information visit the office’s Web site at
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