Speculation begins about Obama's choice for education secretary

The ninth U.S. secretary of education will likely not be identified for weeks, but education experts are already speculating on whom President-elect Barack Obama may choose to head the U.S. Education Department. Obama adviser and Stanford University professor Linda Darling-Hammond, Chicago schools chief Arne Duncan and Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano are said to be among the possible picks.

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