George W. Bush wanted to be known as “the education president,” and so did his father, George H.W. Bush, the Washington Post reports. Jimmy Carter established the Department of Education, President Obama is heavily invested in reforming public education and other presidents were too. So which U.S. president was “the best” for public education? The website of “Learning Matters,” the nonprofit media production company focused on education and run by John Merrow, recently asked that question to a number of scholars and other people, allowing each of them to define “best” in their own way…

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