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Former Presidents to Announce Partnership, Launch Presidential Leadership Scholars Program

Photo Credits: ABC/ JON GARCIA (L) and ABC/Randy Holmes (R)(WASHINGTON) -- Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton will team up again, they announced on Friday, to launch an educational leadership program.

The Presidential Leadership Scholars program will offer "motivated leaders an opportunity to study presidential decisions, and learn from key administration officials, practitioners, and leading academics." This program is the product of a partnership between the presidential centers of Bush, Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Lyndon B. Johnson.

The specific details of the program will be unveiled on Sept. 8 during a lunch event at Washington D.C.'s, Newseum. That event will be also be steamed live.

According to a press release, the program's intent is to allow its participants to "foster the skills they'll need to address both the challenges and opportunities presented in the 21st century."

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