President Bush Announces Intent to Nominate Eight Individuals to the Board of Directors of the National Board of Education Sciences
President Bush today announced his intention to nominate eight individuals to serve as Members of the Board of Directors of the National Board of Education Sciences (NBES). The White House released the following statement:
The President intends to nominate the following individuals to be Members of the Board of Directors of the National Board for Education Sciences:
Elizabeth Ann Bryan, of Texas, for a four-year term expiring 11/28/12
Robert C. Granger, of New Jersey, for a four-year term expiring 11/28/12
Caroline M. Hoxby, of Massachusetts, for the remainder of a four-year term expiring 11/28/12
Douglas J. Besharov, of Maryland, (Researcher), for the remainder of a four-year term expiring 11/28/11
Lynn S. Fuchs, of Tennessee, (Researcher), for a four-year term expiring 11/28/12
Paul E. Peterson, of Massachusetts, (Researcher), for the remainder of a four-year term expiring 11/28/11
John L. Winn, of Florida, for a four-year term expiring 11/28/12
Patrick J. Wolf, of Arkansas, (Researcher) for the remainder of a four-year term expiring 03/15/12
The National Board of Education Sciences is the presidentially appointed advisory panel of the Institute of Education Sciences (Institute) in the U.S. Department of Education. The board performs a host of duties, ranging from reviewing and approving the research priorities of the Institute to advising and consulting with the director on the policies of the Institute. It reviews and regularly evaluates the work of the Institute to ensure that its research, development, evaluation and statistical analyses are consistent with the standards set out in the Education Sciences Reform Act of 2002. For further information on the NBES, visit http://ies.ed.gov/director/board/index.asp.
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