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Tune in at 3:15 EST for a conversation on the education themes of the State of the Union address

Looking to hear more about the education themes discussed in President Obama's State of the Union address? You're in luck because GOOD is heading to the White House today, Thursday, January 27, for a live-streamed State of the Union Education Roundtable with the man charged with putting the ideas into action, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

We're thrilled that GOOD readers have sent in so many thoughtful questions for Secretary Duncan—we'll have to share our time with fellow roundtable participants MTVu, BabyCenter, and PBS Education, but we promise to ask as many of your questions as possible during our 45 minutes with him.


Watch the the livestreamed roundtable discussion right here on the GOOD site from 3:15-4 p.m. EST to see if your question is asked, and to hear what other GOOD readers are asking. (You may see other White House events streamed via the player at other times.)

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