Federal officials inject themselves in the debate over Metro safety. Maryland state lawmakers spar over early voting sites in Montgomery County. And Pope Francis' representatives in D.C. make a last-minute plea for a death row inmate in Virginia.
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- Anne Clark Superintendent, Bristol Public Schools in Bristol, CT
- Betty Castor president, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
- Segun Eubanks Director of the Teacher Quality Department, National Education Association
- Nancy Grasmick Superintendent of Schools, State of Maryland
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