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Secretary Arne Duncan with Neko Case at the 9:30 Club, April 8, 2009

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Uploaded on Apr 9, 2009

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan took his message of change and reform to an audience of young adults when he visited Washington, D.C.s 9:30 Club. On stage before a performance by recording artist Neko Case, Arne made a special appeal to the college-aged crowd to consider careers in teaching. We have a chance to change the country, he said. We want to make sure every child has a great, great teacher. So I want to encourage you.Those of you who love music, love art, love math.We need that next generation of teachers coming in.

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