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U.S. Education Secretary Wants To Punish Teams For Bad Grad Rates
Published March 18, 2011
BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY: Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and the NCAA held a news conference in DC to "unveil a public campaign urging fans attending tournament games to be vigilant about possible terrorist threats." A PSA involving Napolitano and NCAA President Mark Emmert “will be played at any NCAA winter sports championship event.” The effort is titled,“If You See Something, Say Something" (USA TODAY, 3/18).