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Mitt Romney’s education plan: READ

By Ezra Klein,

Mitt Romney released his education plan yesterday. You can download the PDF, or read it here:

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Want more? Grace Wyler notes that the Romney campaign’s rollout for the plan was weirdly subdued. Daniel Luzer takes a look at Romney’s education policy advisers. Matt Yglesias thinks there’s a “bomb” hidden in the plan. The American Enterprise Institute’s Fred Hess says it’s “a promising start.” Reihan Salam agrees. We’ll have more later.

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