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8 Famous Quotes by Arne Duncan
11/6/1964 - (Present)
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This grant is really an investment in our collective future. It will help create great new schools in Chicago that will produce the kind of students who can one day grow up and lead companies like Abbott.

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It is unbelievable that guys can run up and down like it's the Wild West with assault rifles.

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With innovative programs like Nourish for Knowledge and partnerships with organizations like the Greater Chicago Food Depository, the Chicago Public Schools is working to provide our children with the solid foundation they need for a successful academic career.

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We have to say this will not go on.

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This is important to parents. There's never been a spotlight on this, and that's a mistake. I think it's like any workplace. When people feel good about the work, people want to be there. This is not only important for student learning, it's important to school culture.

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Hungry children are distracted children. We want to make sure nothing gets in the way of our children performing well academically, including hunger.

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We've been able to do things - for example, close schools for academic failure. It is hugely difficult, it's hugely controversial and it's absolutely the right thing to do. That simply does not happen in other cities, because of a lack of political will.

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Fighting about issues [from] 25 years ago robs our children of resources, which are already scarce.

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