Dean of Education Governors Departs

Manzo, Kathleen Kennedy
January 2001
Education Week;01/10/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 16, p1
Reports the departure of North Carolina Governor Jim Hunt as the state's chief executive after four consecutive terms. Reputation as one of United States' most influential education governors; Commendations and criticisms received for focusing on education; Accomplishment of the early childhood program, Smart Start.


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