President Obama has said he wants to burst the White House "bubble" so perhaps it makes sense he called in pseudo-outsiders to talk about education reform. Rev. Al Sharpton, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich—all participants of the nonprofit Education Equality Project—met with the president today. "There must be a commitment in this country to equal education," Sharpton said. "There can be no sacred cows." Gingrich was also happy to be there. "I think this is an issue that should bring all Americans together," he said.
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