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New Directions for Educational Policy

by Aaron Cooley - February 14, 2005

This commentary discusses the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act and recent trends in educational policy. It suggests novel avenues for improving America’s public schools. Further, it maintains that as educators we should foster a public culture that supports greater internationalism. It concludes with a call for the increased use of “soft power” to spread democratic values through education at home and abroad.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 14, 2005
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 11752, Date Accessed: 8/2/2021 1:57:02 AM

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  • Aaron Cooley
    Texas A&M University-Kingsville
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    AARON COOLEY holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has mentored, tutored, and taught students in a range of diverse educational settings and previously worked at the North Carolina General Assembly. Aaron is dedicated to improving the educational and economic opportunities of all Americans through innovative ideas in public policy. His writing has appeared in Essays in Education, Education Review, Educational Theory, Educational Studies (Forthcoming), Journal of Popular Culture, and the Political Studies Review.
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