Arne Duncan Quotes

Top 19 wise famous quotes and sayings by Arne Duncan

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Arne Duncan quotes: Borrowing to pay for college used to be the exception; now it's the rule. Borrowing to pay for college used to be the exception; now it's the rule.
Arne Duncan quotes: Wherever you find something extraordinary, you'll find the fingerprints of a great teacher. Wherever you find something extraordinary, you'll find the fingerprints of a great teacher.
Arne Duncan quotes: Almost 24 million children - one in three - are likely growing up without their father involved in their lives. Almost 24 million children - one in three - are likely growing up without their father involved in their lives.
Arne Duncan quotes: City Year is taking on some of the toughest work in education. City Year is taking on some of the toughest work in education.
Arne Duncan quotes: There was nothing more important I could do than be supportive as a dad. There was nothing more important I could do than be supportive as a dad.
Arne Duncan quotes: States should not balance their budgets on the backs of students. States should not balance their budgets on the backs of students.
Arne Duncan quotes: A postsecondary education is the ticket to economic success in America. A postsecondary education is the ticket to economic success in America.
Arne Duncan quotes: Education is the civil rights issue of our generation. Education is the civil rights issue of our generation.
Arne Duncan quotes: So instead of watching TV, we read every night together as a family. So instead of watching TV, we read every night together as a family.
Arne Duncan quotes: I think every student needs access to technology, and I think technology can be a hugely important vehicle to help level the playing field. I think every student needs access to technology, and I think technology can be a hugely important vehicle to help level the playing field.
Arne Duncan quotes: About two-thirds of bachelor's degree holders borrow to go to school, and on average they're graduating with more than $26,000 in debt. About two-thirds of bachelor's degree holders borrow to go to school, and on average they're graduating with more than $26,000 in debt.