Outgoing Department officials Lay Plans for New Pursuits

Pitsch, Mark; Miller, Julie A.
January 1993
Education Week;1/20/1993, Vol. 12 Issue 17, p17
The article focuses on the future career plans of cabinet officers of outgoing President George H. W. Bush in the U.S. Outgoing Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander to help the Republican Party regain its dominant political position. Alexander's associate David T. Kearns plans to continue his involvement on education issues. Diane S. Ravitch will join the Brookings Institution as a visiting scholar and plans to write a book on American education. The author cited the career changes of other officials in the Education Department.


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