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National Education Goals Panel

The National Education Goals Panel was established as an independent Presidential advisory panel by a Joint Statement between President Bush and the nation’s governors on July 31, 1990 and became a fully independent federal agency in 1994.

The Panel was created to set education goals for the nation by the year 2000. They supported system-wide reform by reporting on national and state progress toward the goals over a 10-year period, working to establish a system of high academic standards and assessments, identifying promising practices for improving education, and building a nationwide, bipartisan consensus to achieve the goals. The Panel responsibilities supported system-wide reform including: the reporting on national

The Panel was terminated in April 2002.

Source: The Encyclopedia of Governmental Advisory Organizations (EGAO 2228, p.320)

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