Two Sutherland staff members, Lyall Swim, director of operations, and Stan Rasmussen, public affairs manager, have been invited by Congressman Chris Cannon to participate in his newly formed Education Advisory Committee. The Committee is conducting an analysis of the No Child Left Behind Act and will provide recommendations for Congressman Cannon’s consideration regarding the re-authorization of the Act. Swim and Rasmussen are among parents, civic and business leaders, teachers, and other members of the education community who are engaging in an honest and open dialogue about this subject. The Education Advisory Committee is mentioned in two articles published on Friday, April 6: “Does NCLB create imbalance?” (Deseret Morning News), and “Cannon responds to Fourth seat proposal” (Daily Herald).
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