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In the following interview with the Huffington Post's Rana Florida, President Clinton reflects on the words that have inspired him, shares his approach to effective …
Twenty years ago today, on September 7, 1992, the first chartered school – City Academy – opened its doors in St. Paul, Minnesota. Today, no fewer than two million students attend over 5,600 chartered schools in 41 states and the District of Columbia...Read More about From Idea to National Movement: Celebrating Twenty Years of Chartered Schools
One of the first things I learned when I became a speechwriter for President Clinton in the fall of 1998 was to include, in almost every set of remarks I prepared, three magic words: opportunity, responsibility, community. The formulation was meant to sum up the administration’s vision of a new relationship...Read More about Defining a Lifetime of Service
Over these many years that I've been privileged to know Bill Clinton, I've admired him as both a President and a diplomat. I, like many others, have been inspired by him and his relentless efforts to improve the lives of others around the globe through his philanthropic work. Birthdays are an opportunity to reflect...Read More about Jon Bon Jovi Wishes President Clinton a Happy Birthday