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Former W.Virginia Governor to Testify Before MI Senate Education Committee

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Former West Virginia governor, Bob Wise, will testify before the Michigan Senate Education Committee about the online education revolution on Wednesday, May 23.

Wise will discuss how digital technology can move education systems into the 21st century by expanding options and giving parents and students flexible education choices.

Wise is president of the Alliance for Excellent Education. He currently co-chairs the Digital Learning Council with Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida and is also chair of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

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