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U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., second from left, along with U.S. Education Secretary Richard Riley, second from right, and State Education Commissioner Robert Antonucci, left, speaks at a meeting with Massachusetts school superintendent at the Mather school in Boston, Monday, Sept. 12, 1994. U.S. Secretary Riley told school leaders a new federal law to prompt innovation in education could them $7.5 million grants in 1995. At right is Waltham Superintendent John Daddona. (AP Photo/Kuni Takahashi)
AP Historical Hard Drive 2008
1995-09-12
ASSOCIATED PRESS/East News
Associated Press
Kuni Takahashi
2658694a
2,18MB
17cm x 25cm by 300dpi
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