Bacon Jr., Perry
July 2005
Time;7/25/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 4, p6
Presents an interview with U.S. President George W. Bush's Education Secretary Margaret Spellings. Comments from Spellings on a rise in nationwide test scores for third-graders, the "No Child Left Behind" legislation, the release of the book "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"; Discussion of comments made by Spelling regarding the an episode of PBS's "Postcards From Buster," which featured a lesbian couple; Comments on Spellings relationship with Karl Rove and President Bush.


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