Education Under Obama: A conversation with former assistant secretary of education Bill Evers

Williamson M. Evers was the US assistant secretary of education for policy from 2007-2009. Today, Evers is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and serves on Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's California Academic Content Standards Commission.

Reason.tv's Paul Feine recently sat down with Evers to get his assessment of US education policy under Obama thus far.

Approximately 6 minutes. Shot by Alex Manning; edited by Paul Detrick and Sam Corcos.

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