Arne Duncan's race to the top
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Arne Duncan's race to the top

The former pro-basketball player turned education secretary speaks with The Washington Post's Sarah Lovenheim about his plans to make America's teachers and students confident, competitive and career-driven. (Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)

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