Currently alive, at 62 years of age.
1957 – Margaret K Dudar, born on the 30th of November in Michigan. She is the current Secretary of Education under the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush and was previously Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy to Bush.
1975 – Graduated from Sharpstown High School.
1979 – Received BA Political Science and Journalism, in University of Houston.
1994 – Was the political director for Bush’s first gubernatorial campaign.
2001 – She was one of the principal authors of the No Child Left Behind Act that aimed at reforming primary and secondary education.
2004 – Was nominated to the post of the Secretary of Education by George W. Bush on the 17th of November.
2005 – She convened a Commission on the Future of Higher Education to recommend reform at the post-secondary level.
2007 – On Thursday, 10th of May, She is set to testify before the House Education Committee responding to criticism from New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo that the Education Department had been "asleep at the switch" in overseeing student loan programs, allowing corruption and conflicts of interest to spread.