Monday, May 28, 2018

In 2000, then-President Bill Clinton ordered a National Moment of Remembrance on all Memorial Days at 3pm:

“As Memorial Day approaches, it is time to pause and consider the true meaning of this holiday. Memorial Day represents one day of national awareness and reverence, honoring those Americans who died while defending our Nation and its values. While we should honor these heroes every day for the profound contribution they have made to securing our Nation’s freedom, we should honor them especially on Memorial Day.

In this time of unprecedented success and prosperity throughout our land, I ask that all Americans come together to recognize how fortunate we are to live in freedom and to observe a universal “National Moment of Remembrance” on each Memorial Day. This memorial observance represents a simple and unifying way to commemorate our history and honor the struggle to protect our freedoms.”

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    EducationNext | 05/23/2018

  • Podcast: With a 17-year-old in NC about the business of business, and why young people should care

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  • The use of seclusion is coming under scrutiny

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  • Trump Panel Slammed on Slow Pace of School Safety Work

    Education Week | 05/24/2018

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  • Bill would give some teachers guns, arrest powers

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  • What can NAEP tell us about how much US children are learning?

    Brookings | 05/24/2018

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