4 edition of Presidential education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 409-414).
|Statement||Barbara J. Olexer.|
|LC Classifications||E176.1 .O44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||414 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||414|
|LC Control Number||2008933826|
Wharton management professor Samir Nurmohamed recently interviewed Love about his new book, Power Forward: My Presidential Education, when he visited campus as a . This page was current as of the election. E ducation was one of the quieter issues of the presidential election, contrasting greatly with the election when Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush visited more than schools during the campaign to highlight his plan to expand the federal government's role in education.. Just four years earlier, Republican presidential.
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Reggie Love was the special assistant and personal aide to President Barack Obama from to Before that, he graduated from Duke University, where he was captain of the –05 Duke Blue Devils basketball team and a member of the NCAA national championship team/5().
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It includes thorough details about the education of each President from George Washington to George W. Bush. But, it is far from a mere listing of the schools they each s: 3. This book, "Power Forward: My Presidential Education" by Reggie Love, has been on my household bookshelf for about six months, I have always been interested in the "Political Process" so I new this book would bring great insight to current and former trends in Washington D.C/5.
Learn presidential history, the functions of government and how elections work while having a blast. Read, write, color, cut and paste the way to knowledge of. Perhaps the day’s biggest victory was that most of the major presidential candidates were finally gathered on the same stage to discuss public education with an audience of nearly public school student, teachers, and activists.
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29, | Updated a.m. PT Sept. Once rare, presidential transitions at institutions of higher education now command the attention of about one-quarter of the nation's colleges and universities at any given time.
Though they occur frequently, transitions at this level are hardly routine, and American higher education has not developed a tradition of managing this process. The only specific title listed by the Dwight D.
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Education was a top priority for him, though he likely didn’t get to accomplish all he’d set out to do on account of being voted out in. My Presidential Education. By Reggie Love. Simon & Schuster,pp.
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Description. Reggie Love is a unique witness to history, whose introduction to Washington.About the Book Author. Ann M. DeLaney is currently a Standing Trustee in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for the Southern District of Indiana.
She was the first woman to serve as Chair of a major political party in Indiana and the first woman nominated by a major party as a candidate for Indiana Lieutenant Governor.
Education Programs. Presidential Libraries provide a broad range of educational opportunities for students of all ages. Each Presidential Library offers programs designed to introduce students to American history and the Presidency and to inform teachers about the use of primary source documents in teaching history.