0078_Arne Duncan with Charlie Rose_YouTube_March 13, 2009_school should be 12-14 hours a day, 7 days a week, year round_Article telling how Arne reshaped American Education

Donna Jack
First posted Feb. 27, 2016/revised Feb. 28, 2016

[quote from __https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuO_nB7WY9w__]

Sec. of Education Arne Duncan recently [before March 13, 2009] appeared on the Charlie Rose show. He discusses the impact of community schools on children, families and neighborhoods.”
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[Quoted from the 45-second YouTube clip linked below:]

“Published on May 17, 2013

“Secretary Arne Duncan proposes schools become the center of the community and stay open 12-14 hours a day 7 days a week.

“Wait, I thought the family was the center of the community?”
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The extended version of the Charlie Rose/Arne Duncan interview is 3 hours and 33 minutes long.

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President Obama chose Arne Duncan to be U.S. Secretary of Education.  Arne was confirmed January 20, 2009, and stepped down October 2, 2015.

Here is an article: “How Arne Duncan Reshaped American Education.”  He accomplished most of his goals while U.S. Secretary of Education.

Lamar Alexander, U.S. Secretary of Education under a republican president, and Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education under a democrat president, both saw public school as the place children should be at, during their waking hours – not at home and not with their families.  Arne Duncan just expanded on Lamar’s bizarre picture of the role public school should play in the lives of children.

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